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NORTH CAROLINA STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 



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CAROLINA 



VITAL STATISTICS 1972 



Volume 1 

Population 
Births 
Deaths 
Marriages 

Divorces 



NORTH CAROLINA 
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH 




DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES 
PUBLIC HEALTH STATISTICS SECTION 



David T. Flaherty, B.S., Secretary Department of Human Resources 

Jacob Koomen , M. D. , M.P.H., State Health Director . . . State Board of Health 
W. Burns Jones, M.D., M.P.H., Assistant State Health Director 

Ben Eaton, LL.B., Director Division of Administrative Services 

James J. Palmersheim, Ph.D., Chief .... Public Health Statistics Section 

David C. Corkey, M.S.P.H., B iostat i st i ci an B ios tat i st i cs 

Clara K. Tessenear, B.S., Statistical Analyst Publications Unit 

Kathryn B. Surles, M.Ed., Statistical Analyst Analysis Unit 

Joseph Bouchard, B.Mus., Data Processing Manager Data Processing 

James Holmes, Data Processing Manager Operations Unit 

Doris Southall, Keypunch Supervisor Keypunch Unit 

Keiko Holloman, B.A., Computer Systems Analyst Systems Development 

John E. Allen, B.S., Computer Systems Analyst Special Projects 

Don Perry, A.B., Chief Supply and Service Section 

Margie Kelly, Duplicating Unit Supervisor Duplicating Unit 

Betty Alexander, Mailing Room Supervisor Mailing Unit 

Martin P. Hines, D.V.M., M.P.H., Director Division of Epidemiology 

Thomas L. Johnson, B.S., Chief Vital Records Section 

Wilma Barbour, Supervisor Registration Unit 

Jean Wood, Supervisor Nosology Unit 

Carolyn McCoy, Supervisor Marriage and Divorce Unit 



April, 1973 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 



I. INTRODUCTION 1_ 1 

II. TRENDS IN VITAL STATISTICS 1-2 

III. REGISTRATION OF VITAL EVENTS 1- 7 

Birth and Death 1 " 8 

Fetal Death 1_ 9 

Marriage and Divorce 1- 9 

IV. TECHNICAL NOTES 1_1 ° 

Completeness of Registration of Vital Events 1-10 

Accuracy of Items on Certificates 1-12 

Treatment of Missing Values 1-12 

Residence Allocation 1-13 

Occurrence Allocation 1-1A 

Race or Color Allocation 1-1*» 

V. POPULATION BASES 1 - 15 

VI. RATES 1"16 

Computation 1-16 

Interpretation 1-17 

VII. RANKS I -18 

Computation 1-18 

Interpretation 1-19 

VIM. DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS 1"22 

SYMBOLS 1-32 

REFERENCES 1"33 

TABLES 

State 2-1 

Counties 3" 1 

Cities / * _ 1 



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I. INTRODUCTION 

This volume is the fifty-seventh annual vital statistics report 
of the North Carolina State Board of Health. 

The computer information system underlying the automated report 
is depicted in the flow diagram on page ii. The computer-based system has 
resulted in increased flexibility in information retrieval and more timely 
dissemination of vital statistics. The new system permits publication of 
vital statistics during the month of April in the following calendar year. 

This report shows frequencies, rates and ranks for total, white 
and nonwhite selected vital events by each county and major incorporated 
city in North Carolina. The vital statistics for a city, a county or the 
State are together in one table on a single page. The cities and counties 
are in alphabetical sequence. Trends in state data are discussed in Section 
I I . 

There are 238 vital statistics in the single page report for the 
State, 357 in the report for each county, and 351 in each report for the 
major cities in North Carolina. The ranking of each county or city among 
all counties or all cities in North Carolina permits immediate knowledge of 
the relative status of a particular county or city rate. 

It is hoped that this format serves your needs. Suggestions are 
always welcomed. Address correspondence to: 



Public Health Statistics Section 
North Carolina State Board of Health 
Box 2091 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27602 



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II. TRENDS IN VITAL STATISTICS 

North Carolina's population and vital event registrations in 
recent years reflect the following trends: 

• NET MIGRATION "IN" FOR WHITES, "OUT" FOR NONWHITES 

• BIRTH RATE LOWEST EVER; ILLEGITIMACY CONTINUES UPWARD 

• INFANT MORTALITY REDUCED BY 28% SINCE 1960 ; 
NONWHITE POSTNEONATAL MORTALITY DOWN BY 53% 

• DEATH RATE UP SLIGHTLY; MALE DEATHS OUTNUMBER FEMALE; 
NONWHITE DEATH RATE HIGHER AT ALL AGE LEVELS 

• MARRIAGE RATE STABLE; DIVORCE RATE CONTINUES UPWARD 

Expanded analyses of these trends follow. These analyses are 
based on vital event registrations and straight-line estimates and pro- 
jections of population as of July 1 of the event year. The statistics are 
discussed in the order of their appearance in the tables of this report. 
Counties and cities may review their respective vital statistics trends in 
order to detect departures from the State trends. For definitions and 
formulas, see Section VIII. 

Population : NET MIGRATION "IN" FOR WHITES, "OUT" FOR NONWHITES 

Between i960 and 1970, the North Carolina population increased 
by 526,000 persons, an 11.5% increase over the i960 Census. The nation- 
wide increase was slightly higher, 13-3%. North Carol ina wh i tes increased 
by 14% and nonwhites by 3%. The urban population increased by 27% while 
the rural population increased by 1.5%. (1) 



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Both whites and nonwhites experienced net outmigrat ion during 
the n ineteen-f i fties , but whites netted an i n-mi grat ion of 97,950 persons 
(+2.9%) between I960 and 1970. Outmigration of nonwhites remained high. 
The net was 170,752 persons (-1*4.8%). 

In-migration of whites and outmigration of nonwhites lowered the 
percentage of nonwhites in the population from 25 • ^ in 1960 (2) to 23.2 in 
1970 (1). The reduction has been delimited by a higher rate of natural 
increase among nonwhites. In 1972, natural increase per 1,000 population 
was 6.7 for whites compared to M.k for nonwhites. 

Live Births : BIRTH RATE LOWEST EVER; ILLEGITIMACY CONTINUES UPWARD 

The North Carolina birth rate was 17-1 resident births per 1,000 
population in 1972. This was the lowest birth rate ever recorded in North 
Carolina. The birth rate was 24.0 in i960, 19-3 in 1970 and 1 8 .6 in 1971. 
The white and nonwhite birth rates in 1972 were 15-3 and 23-1 respectively. 
The percentage of resident live births attended by a physician in 
a hospital was 98.9 in 1972. The trend for hospital births has been upward, 
The percentage of births delivered in hospitals was 91.0 in 1960, 98.5 in 
1970 and 98.7 in 1971- Midwives and other non-physicians attended less 
than U of the 1972 live births. 

The percentage of births classified as premature, 5 pounds 8 
ounces or less, was 8.8 in 1972. The percentages were 8.8 in 1960, 9-2 in 
1970 and 8.7 in 1971. The nonwhite premature rate is nearly two times the 
white premature rate. 



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The percentage of births classified as illegitimate was 14.1 in 
1972. A rising trend has been observed in recent years. In I960 the 
percentage illegitimate was 9.3 compared to 12.6 in 1970 and 12.8 in 1971- 
The nonwhite illegitimacy rate is ten times the white illegitimacy rate. 

Fetal and Infant Mortal i ty : INFANT MORTALITY REDUCED BY 28% SINCE 1960; 

NONWHITE P0STNE0NATAL MORTALITY DOWN BY 53% 

In 1972 the North Carolina perinatal mortality rate was 30.9 
resident deaths per 1,000 deliveries. The rate continued a declining 
trend in perinatal mortality. The perinatal mortality rate was 38.2 in 
1960, 33-8 in 1970 and 31.3 in 1971. Reductions in perinatal mortality 
have occurred primarily in the nonwhite segment of the population. 

The North Carolina fetal mortality rate in 1972 was 1A.8 deaths 
per 1,000 deliveries. In 1960 the fetal mortality rate was 18.4. The 
white fetal mortality rate dropped from 1 3 . 7 in 1960 to 12.** in 1972. The 
nonwhite fetal mortality rate declined from 28.3 in 1960 to 20.3 in 1972. 

The North Carolina neonatal mortality rate was 1 6 . 3 deaths per 
1,000 live births in 1972. In 1960 the neonatal mortality rate was 20.2. 
The white neonatal mortality rate was 16.5 in 1960 and 1^.2 in 1972. The 
nonwhite neonatal mortality rate was 28.2 in 1960 compared to 21.1 in 1972. 

The North Carolina postneonatal mortality rate was 6.3 deaths 
per 1,000 neonatal survivors in 1972, slightly higher than the 1971 rate 
of 6.0. A downward trend in postneonatal mortality gained impetus in 1967. 
In 1960 and 1970 the postneonatal mortality rates were 11.7 and 6.3 respec- 
tively. The white postneonatal mortality rate dropped from 5.8 in i960 to 



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3-9 in 1971, rising to 4.1 in 1972. The nonwhite postneonatal mortality 
rate declined from 2k. k in 1960 to 11.0 in 1971 and increased to 11.5 in 
1972. 

The North Carolina infant mortality rate in 1972 was 22.6 deaths 
per 1,000 live births compared to 22.0 in 1971. The infant mortality rate 
was 31.6 in 1960 and 24.1 in 1970. The white infant mortality rate was 
22.2 in 1960, 17.7 in 1971 and 1 8. 2 in 1972. The nonwhite infant mortality 
rate was 52.0 in i960 compared to 32.0 in 1971 and 32.4 in 1972. The 
United States has experienced similar trends in infant mortality in recent 
years (3). 

Deaths : DEATH RATE UP SLIGHTLY; MALE DEATHS OUTNUMBER FEMALE; 
NONWHITE DEATH RATE HIGHER AT ALL AGE LEVELS 

The North Carolina death rate was 9-1 resident deaths per 1,000 
population in 1972 compared to a rate of 8.7 in 1971. Male deaths outnum- 
bered female deaths by 35 percent. The death rate was 23 percent higher 
for nonwhites than for whites. The white and nonwhite death rates were 
8.6 and 10.6 respectively. 

For all age categories, the nonwhite rate was higher than the 
white rate. A nonwhite child 0-4 years of age was twice as likely to die 
as a white child of the same age. A nonwhite adult 25-44 years of age was 
three times as likely to die as the white adult in the age group. 

Approximately three out of five resident deaths occurred in a 
hospital in 1972. Less than four percent of the deaths which occurred in 
North Carolina were to nonresidents of the State. 



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THE ORIGIN, FLOW, AND DISPOSITION OF VITAL RECORDS 
NORTH CAROLINA 



HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR 



G.S. 130-50 determines 
responslbl I Ity. 

Completes birth cer- 
tificate for births in 
hospital . 

Obtain's physician's 
signature. 

Sends birth certifi- 
cate to county regis- 
trar (county health 
department) . 

Responds to queries 
for missing or Inade- 
quate Information. 





PHYSICIAN 




G.S. 130-50 determines 





responslbl 1 Ity. 




Completes birth cer- 




tificate for births 




outside hospital . 




Certifies births and 




cause of death for al 1 




vital events In hos- 




pital. 




Sends birth certifi- 


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cate for births out- 


side hospital .to coun- 




ty registrar (county 




health department). 



FUNERAL DIRECTOR 



CLERK OF COURT 



Sends monthly report 
of divorces, court 
orders for change of 
name, and paternity 
determinations. 



G.S. 130-46 deter 
responslbi I Ity. 



death cer- 
for all 



Completes 
tlflcate 
deaths. 

Obtains cause of death 
and signature of phy- 
sician. 

Obtains burial transit 
permit in exchange for 
death certificate from 
the county registrar 
(county health depart- 
ment) . 



MEDICAL EXAMINER 



G.S. 130-202.1 deter- 
mines responsibility. 

Initiates death cer- 
tificate for all 
deaths resulting from 
accident, suicide, or 
homicide and for un- 
attended deaths. 

Investigates the cir- 
cumstances surrounding 
the aforementioned 
categories and certi- 
fies cause and manner 
of death. 



COUNTY REGISTRAR (COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT) 



Checks each record received. 

Requests further Information when necessary. 

Prepares copy of birth and death certificates for 
register of deeds. 

Sends original birth and death certificates to the 
Office of Vital Statistics. 

Issues burial transit permits. 



REGISTER OF DEEDS 



G.S. 130-49 determines 
responsibi I ity. 

Completes marriage 
certi f icate for a I I 
marriages. 

Sends marriage certif- 
icate to the Office of 
Vital Statistics. 

Prepares delayed cer- 
tificates and sends to 
Office of Vital Sta- 
tistics for approval. 

Initiates amendment 
appl ications. 



PARENTS 



File birth record 
correction forms 
and legitimation 
papers. 



SOCIAL SERVICES 



Sends adoption 
reports to Office 
of Vital Statis- 
tics. 



OFFICE OF VITAL STATISTICS (STATE HEALTH DEPARTMENT) 



REGISTRATION (Division of Epidemiology) 

- Receives and processes current reports 
of births and deaths, as well as all 
corrections, delayed birth certificates, 
adoptions, legitimations and court or- 
ders. 

- Furnishes medical examiners, hospital 
administrators, physicians, funeral di- 
rectors, registers of deeds and clerks 
of court with supplies and manual of 
Instructions. 

- Consults with local officials on special 
problems. 

CERTIFICATION (Division of Epidemiology) 

- Provides for certification and veri- 
fication of vital events. 

- Microfilms certificates. 

RECORDS UNIT (Oivlsion of Community Health) 

- Provides field consultation to hospital 
administrators, local health depart- 
ments, registers of deeds, clerks of 
court, funeral directors, and other 
organizations concerned with vital rec- 
ord registration. 



MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE REGISTRATION 
(Division of Epidemiology) 

- Supplies clerks of court with copy of 
marriage certificate. 

- Provides clerks of court with handbook 
on record procedures. 

- Issues' certified copies of marriage 
certi f icate. 

NOSOLOGY (Division of Epidemiology) 

- Codes cause of death using current re- 
vision of the ICDA. 

STATISTICS (Division of Administrative Serv- 
ices) 

- Services requests for general vital 
statistics data. 

- Publishes reports quarterly, semiannaully 
and annual ly. 

DATA PROCESSING (Division of Administrative 
Services) 

- Punches cards from vital records — births, 
deaths, fetal deaths, marriages, and di- 
vorces . 

- Performs selective edit of variables for 
publ Ished data. 

- Summarizes data by county and city for 
verification of computer output. ^__ 



NATIONAL CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS 



Receives microfilm copies from states. 

Codes cause of death by current revision 
of ICDA. 

Publishes United States reports. 

Provides technical assistance. 

Provides classes In registration (ASTI). 



OTHER STATES 



Exchange vital records. 



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Other Events : MARRIAGE RATE STABLE; DIVORCE RATE CONTINUES UPWARD 

The North Carolina marriage rate was 9-4 marriages per 1,000 popu- 
lation in 1972 compared to 9-5 in 1971- In 1962, when marriage registration 
began, the rate was 7-3- 

The North Carolina divorce rate was 3-3 divorces per 1,000 popula- 
tion in 1972. The divorce rate was 1.3 in I960 , 2.7 in 1970 and 3-0 in 1971. 
The divorce rate for the United States was estimated at 3-5 in 1970 (3). 

The North Carolina divorce rate accelerated after 1964 when one- 
year separations replaced two-year separations as grounds for divorce. In 
the United States, the divorce rate began rising in 1963 and accelerated 
after 1967 (3). 



III. REGISTRATION OF VITAL EVENTS 

The origin, flow and disposition of North Carolina vital records 
are illustrated in the flow diagram on page 1-6. A brief history of vital 
records processing in North Carolina and current registration practice are 
discussed below. The user of this report may note in particular the sec- 
tion regarding registration of fetal deaths. Legislation enacted by the 
1971 North Carolina General Assembly has altered fetal death registration 
practice. 



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Bi rth and Death 

The Bureau of Vital Statistics was created by an act of the 
General Assembly of 1913- The name of the office was changed to Office 
of Vital Statistics by the 1955 General Assembly. The authority for this 
office and the laws which it administers are contained in Chapter 130, 
Article 7, of the General Statutes of North Carolina. Within the organi- 
zational structure of the State Board of Health, the duties of the Office 
of Vital Statistics are accomplished primarily by the Vital Records Section 
with support from the Public Health Statistics Section. 

The collection of birth and death records began on October 1, 
1913, with the Office of Vital Statistics the custodian of these records. 
Statutes enacted by that General Assembly require that physicians, midwives 
or other persons attending a birth file a birth certificate within five 
days after birth. The funeral director or person burying a body is respon- 
sible for filing a death certificate or fetal death certificate with the 
local registrar prior to final disposition and within J2 hours after death. 

The local registrar is the health director in 97 of 100 counties. 
A clerk of the county health department, designated by the local registrar 
as deputy registrar, carries out registration procedures locally. The 
deputy registrar forwards the original birth and death certificate to the 
Office of Vital Statistics on the fifth day of the month following the 
event, where they are processed and permanently preserved. Periodically, 
birth and death certificates are microfilmed and sent to the National 
Center for Health Statistics. 



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North Carolina was admitted into the National Death Registration 
Area in 1916 and into the National Birth Registration Area in 1917- 

Fetal Death 



Prior to May 19, 1971, North Carolina law required the filing of 
a fetal death certificate for fetal deaths (stillbirths) of 20 or more 
weeks gestation. Legislation enacted by the 1971 General Assembly (G.S. 
1*4-45.1) requires that a therapeutic abortion be reported on a separate 
form. For fetal deaths falling within the purview of the referenced statute, 
the therapeutic abortion report form now serves in lieu of a fetal death 
certificate. For this reason, counts of fetal deaths and perinatal deaths 
in 1971 and 1972 are not strictly comparable to counts in previous years. 
The extent to which fetal deaths of 20 or more weeks gestation have been 
preferentially reported as therapeutic abortions is unknown at this time. 
The therapeutic abortion reporting system will be treated in separate 
reports . 

Marriage and Divorce 

In 1957, the General Assembly enacted legislation requiring that 
the duties of the clerk of court include the registration of divorces and 
annulments of marriage effective January 1, 1958. Lists of divorces and 
annulments are required to be sent to the Office of Vital Statistics on or 
before the 15th day of the month following the event. 

By virtue of legislation enacted in 1961, the duties of the county 
register of deeds include the registration of marriages occurring on or 



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after January 1, 1962. Copies of the certificates of marriage are required 
to be forwarded to the Office of Vital Statistics on or before the 15th day 
of the month following the marriage. The original certificates are filed 
with the county registers of deeds. 

In January 1964, North Carolina was admitted to the National 
Marriage Registration Area. North Carolina is not a member of the National 
Divorce Registration Area. 



IV. TECHNICAL NOTES 

Completeness of Registration of Vital Events 

Completeness of registration is defined as the degree to which 
reported vital event enumerations agree with the true counts in a given 
time frame. Birth registration, tested for completeness in 1 940 and 1950, 
was found to be 86 and 96 percent complete respectively {k) . Death regis- 
tration is believed to be even more complete than birth registration. 

Marriage registration was tested for completeness in 1963- Over 
99 percent of performed marriages terminated in properly recorded certif- 
icates of marriage (5) • 

Delayed registration results in underenumerat ion of vital events 
for a specific time period. Frequency counts in this report are based on 
1972 events filed with the local registrar prior to March 1, 1973- The 
number of 1972 events filed subsequently is considered negligible. 



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In an effort to disseminate the North Carolina vital statistics 
as quickly as possible after the close of calendar year 1972, the statis- 
tical file for the 1972 vital records was closed at the end of March, 1 973 - 
This means that only those 1972 vital events which had been properly 
recorded in the State Office of Vital Statistics before the end of March, 
1973, are included in this report. Special arrangements were made with 
neighboring states to expedite the processing of records for "out-of-state" 
events occurring to North Carolina residents. Local registrars and regional 
records consultants were requested to "beat the bushes" for delinquent 1972 
records. The effect of having shortened the "waiting period" by a factor 
of one month may be assessed by a retrospective analysis of the reporting 
lag in 1971 vital event records. 

Based on vital records received, including both resident and non- 
resident events, the following cumulative distribution of lagtimes were 
noted for the 1971 vital event records. 



CUMULATIVE RECORDS RECEIVED BY 
N. C. STATE OFFICE OF VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1971 EVENTS 

YEAR MONTH BIRTHS DEATHS FETALS 



1972 JAN 96 ,461 45,718 1,505 

1972 FEB 97,069 46,166 1,522 

1972 MAR 97,211 46,281 1,533 

1972 APR 97,267 46,337 1,536 



1973 JAN 97,312 46,394 1,541 



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Of all records of like kind received a full year after the "year 
of the event" (allowing for a waiting period of one year) , 99-9% of the 
birth records were received by March, 1972, with 99-95% having accumulated 
through April, 1972. For death records, 99-76% were received by March, 
compared to 99.88% by April. For fetal death records, 99.^8% had been 
received in March, 1971, with 99.68% received by April. 

As this publication goes to press in April, 1973, 16 birth, 31 
death, and k fetal death records for 1972 were received during April and 
not added to the statistical file. Mostly "out-of-state" events, these 
residuals are considered amongst the 0.2 - 0.5% which will accrue during 
1973- 

Accuracy of I terns on Certificates 

The Vital Records Section maintains continuous surveillance of 
certificates to detect inconsistencies in related items (e.g., newborn's 
name vs. sex). However, the true extent of bias and unreliability due to 
incorrect answers is not known. 

Treatment of Missing Values 

As a result of a query program to reconcile inconsistencies in 

the data and to complete unanswered items, missing values are rare for the 

characteristics included in this report. These "not stated" cases are 

treated in one of two ways: 

(1) not allocated because they are believed to have 
an unknown distribution which is different from 
the distribution for "stated" cases; 



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(2) randomly distributed in the same proportion as depicted 
in the previous annual vital statistics report. 

The following table shows the number and treatment of missing 

values for the statistics found in the detailed tables. 



NUMBER OF MISSING VALUES BY ITEM AND TREATMENT 
NORTH CAROLINA, 1972 



I tern 


Treatment of Missing Values 


Treatment 1 Treatment 2 


LIVE BIRTHS 
Bi rth Weight 
Sex 

FETAL DEATHS 
Race 

Legi t imacy 
Sex 

DEATHS (excl. fetals) 
Race 
Sex 


33 
1 

2 
2 
18 

1 
2 



Residence Allocation 

Except as otherwise indicated, vital events in this report are 
allocated to the place of residence (county or city) regardless of the 
place of occurrence. In the case of a birth or fetal death, residence 
is the usual residence of the mother. Deaths are allocated to the resi- 
dence of the deceased. 



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Prior to July 1972, North Carolina participated in an interchange 
program whereby photocopies of non-resident birth and death certificates 
were sent to the National Center for Health Statistics which acted as a 
broker service. In July 1972, as a result of a resolution passed by the 
American Association of Vital Records and Public Health Statistics (AAVRPHS) 
North Carolina joined with other states in a direct interchange of non- 
resident records. The records are sent to the state of residence within 
two months of the date of occurrence. The National Center for Health 
Statistics acts as a control for this interchange through a report from 
each state which lists the number of each type of vital record sent to 
every other state. 

Occurrence Allocation 



I terns 7 and 16 of the tables allocate live births and deaths 
respectively to place of occurrence regardless of place of residence. 
Marriage and divorce data are compiled by place of occurrence—county of 
license for marriages and county of decree for divorces and annulments. 
Marriage and divorce statistics are not available for cities. 

Race or Color Allocation 



Two broad categories, "white" and "nonwhite," are used in this 

report. Nonwhite is predominantly Negro (95%) in North Carolina (1). For 

births and fetal deaths, where one parent is classified as white and the 
other nonwhite, the child is classified as nonwhite. 



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V. POPULATION BASES 

Population bases for the rates published in this report are 
straight-line projections as of July 1, 1972. The projections result from 
extrapolations from the 1960 and 1970 Censuses, specific for race, sex and 
10-year age categories (2, 1). 

The method of straight-line projection of population yields zero 
and negative values for some age-race-sex subgroups of a given population. 
Where negative values occur, the computerized population program has adjusted 
the age-race-sex subgroup of the population to zero prior to summation over 
age-race-sex categories. Due to the presence of a zero population within 
some age-race-sex subgroups, several age-race-specific death rates were not 
calculable. The rankings for these particular rates are thus affected (see 
Section VII). 

Punched cards for the 1970 Census data were obtained from the 
North Carolina Department of Administration who processed the Second-Count 
Summary Tapes of the 1970 Census. The tapes were obtained from the Insti- 
tute of Research in Social Science, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The 
Institute is the major processor and disseminator of Census data for North 
Carol ina. 

Regarding the second-count data, it should be noted that con- 
siderable discrepancy exists between categorical second counts and the 
corresponding first counts used in the North Carolina Vital Statistics 1970, 
Volume 1 report. For the State, race re-allocations by the Bureau of the 



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Census resulted in the white race increasing and the nonwhite race decreas- 
ing by 10,257 persons. Moreover, re-allocations by geographic area and by 
other population characteristics continue. It is expected, however, that 
the Second-County Summary Tapes will not be altered to reflect re-allocations 
which occurred after the final report of the Bureau of the Census (1). 



V! . RATES 

Computat ion 

The relative frequency with which a vital event occurs is 
expressed in the rates computed in this report. Rates are simple ratios 
of two numbers which represent population enumerations for the calendar 
year. The numerators in these ratios are vital event enumerations and 
the denominators represent related vital event enumerations or population 
projections for the calendar year. In some cases, the numerators are 
proper subsets of the denominator; usually these rates are expressed as 
percentages. Other rates are expressed in terms of 1,000 related events 
of population. For example, the crude birth rate is expressed as "the 
number of live births per 1,000 population." 

Careful examination of the definitions of the rates computed 
in this report will reveal that many are true proportions whose decimal 
has been moved two or three places to the right for convenience of ex- 
pression. For example, the "premature rate" and "illegitimate rate" are 



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true proportions expressed as percentages. Other rates may not represent 
true proportions. For example, the crude death rate and the age-specific 
death rates may not, although these rates may be satisfactory estimates of 
empirical or a posteriori probabilities when the decimal is moved three 
places to the left. The reason the death rates may not represent true 
proportions is that the denominators are the population projections as of 
July 1, 1972, and hence do not represent the true population exposed to 
the risk of dying during the year. On the other hand, the rate of natural 
increase (when divided by 1,000) is neither a true proportion nor does it 
represent an estimate of either a true proportion or an empirical 
probabi 1 i ty . 

Rates are rounded to one decimal place for publication. Except 
for marriage and divorce events for which race-specific rates are not cal- 
culated, a blank in the rate column indicates that both the numerator and 
the denominator are zero. The rankings for these statistics are thus 
affected (see Section VI l). A rate of 0.0 is shown for rates less than 
0.05. 

Interpretat ion 

Inaccurate reporting, underreg ist rat ion and missing values have 
been discussed (Section IV). These factors affect the validity of items 
of information involved in rate computation. The user of vital statistics 
measures should be aware of these possible limitations. 



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One should interpret with caution rates which are based on small 

frequencies since sampling error may be large. In this regard, Grove and 

Hetzel (6) point out: 

Whether or not a rate is statistically reliable 
in terms of its sampling error depends upon the pur- 
pose for which it is to be used. A large sampling 
error may not be serious where the rates to be com- 
pared differ greatly. However, if the differences 
among the rates are small, only small sampling errors 
can be permitted. 

In comparing rates, one must carefully examine the various factors 

to which a difference in rates might be attributed. Unless the populations 

are equivalent in all factors except the one for which the comparison is 

made, conclusions about differences in rates may not be clearly drawn. 

Age-adjusted rates or other further analyses may be necessary in order to 

make valid comparisons. 



VII. RANKS 

Computat ion 

Ranks are based on the rates calculated for a selected event. 
The rank for a selected event for a given county is the relative position 
of the county's rate among the rates of all ranked counties. Ranks may 
range from 1 to 100, high rate to low rate. Similarly, the rank for a 
city is the relative position of the city's rate among the rates of all 
ranked cities. Ranks may range from 1 to 38, high rate to low rate. 



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For most events, 100 county rates enter the county ranking and 
38 city rates enter the city ranking. However, in the case of a zero 
denominator a rate is not calculated and not subject to the ranking pro- 
cedure. The tables on pages 1-20 and 1-21 depict the number of county 
rates and the number of city rates which entered the respective rankings. 

Ranks are based on rates computed to seven significant digits. 
Ties are assigned the average of the tied ranks. For example, if two 
values are tied for sixth place, they are assigned a rank of 6.5 C(6+7)/23. 

I nterpretat i on 

Caution should be exercised in the interpretation of ranks where 
there is large variation in the size of denominators among the ranked areas 
A rank is not independent but rather is subject to the limitations of the 
rates of all ranked areas. For this reason, ranks for some events may be 
misleading. For example, the nonwhite premature rate for a county with 
only a few nonwhite live births may be abnormally high or low for a given 
year. This rate influences the rank order of other counties. Also, as 
previously explained, rankings for some events are based on fewer than 100 
county rates or fewer than 38 city rates. Interpretation of a rank must 
consider the number of rates entering the ranking procedure. 

Since low order ranks represent relatively high rates, a low 
rank usually represents an unfavorable situation. A low order rank for 
perinatal death, for example, represents a relatively high perinatal death 
rate. For other events (e.g., births in hospital), a low order rank may 
represent a favorable situation. 



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NUMBER OF COUNTY RATES ENTERING THE RANKINGS 
NORTH CAROLINA, 1972 



TOTAL 
MALES 



N N W H I T E 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 100 100 100 

MALES 100 100 100 

FEMALES 100 100 100 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 100 100 100 

LIVE BIRTHS 



100 100 100 

100 100 100 



FEMALES 100 100 100 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 100 100 97 

PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 100 100 97 

MIDWIFE AND OTHER 100 100 97 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 100 100 97 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 100 100 97 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 100 100 100 

TO RESIDENTS 94 87 91 

FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 100 100 97 

9. FETAL DEATHS 100 100 97 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 96 92 75 

PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 96 92 75 

MIDWI FE AND OTHER 96 92 75 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 96 92 75 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 100 100 97 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 100 100 97 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 100 100 97 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 100 100 100 

MALES 100 100 100 

FEMALES 100 100 100 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 100 100 100 

5-14 100 100 100 

15-24 100 100 100 

25-34 100 100 99 

35-44 100 100 99 

145-54 100 100 100 

55-64 100 100 100 

65+ 100 100 100 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 100 100 98 

OTHER INSTITUTION 100 100 98 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 100 100 98 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 100 100 100 

TO RES I DENTS 100 100 98 

OTHER EVENTS 

17- MARRIAGES 100 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 100 

*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VI ll). 

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NUMBER OF CITY RATES ENTERING THE RANKINGS 
NORTH CAROLINA, 1972 



ITEM 

POPULATION 

1 . TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE Bl RTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWI FE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13- TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65+ 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL 



38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

33 

38 



38 

38 

37 

37 
37 

37 
38 
38 
38 



38 
38 

38 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 

38 
38 



WHITE 



38 
33 
38 
33 



33 
33 
33 

33 
38 

33 
33 
33 

33 
36 



38 
38 

37 

37 
37 
37 
38 
33 
33 



38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 
38 

38 
38 
38 

38 
38 



N N W H I T E 



38 

3S 
38 
33 



33 
33 
38 

33 
33 
33 
33 
33 

38 
33 



38 
33 

32 

32 
3? 
32 

38 
38 
33 



33 
38 
33 

33 
38 
33 
33 
33 
33 
38 
38 

38 

33 
38 

38 
38 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



The rank allows quick discernment of the position of the popu- 
lation of a county compared to the populations of other North Carolina 
counties. It should be used as a guide to in-depth analysis of the factors 
which may influence the number and rate of vital events of each kind. 
Although a comparative statistic by its very nature, the ranking itself 
does not presume that all counties are comparable in the factors which 
may influence a vital statistics rate. Hence, the ranking of a county's 
crude death rate is not as revealing as its rank for an age-specific death 
rate. In the latter statistic, differences due to age distribution 
differentials have been removed. 



VIM. DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS 

1 . Population 

The population of an area is the projected population of that 
area as of July 1, 1972. Projections of this report are summations over 
straight-line projections based on 1 960 and 1970 Censuses, specific for 
race, sex and 10-year age categories (2, 1) (see Section V) . 

Computations are the area population as a percentage of the 
total North Carolina population and the percentage distribution of the 
area population according to sex. 

Percentage of N. C. population _ Population of area „ - nn 

residing in area Population of North Carolina 



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Percentage male population _ Male population of area 
in area Total population of area 



Percentage female population _ Female population of area „ 1f)n 
in area Total population of area 



2. Natural Increase 



Natural increase is the excess of births over deaths among 
residents of an area. The rate is per 1000 population of the area. 



. , , , Annual number of live births 
Annual rate of natural . , _ , 

minus annual number of deaths „ , nnn 

increase = = -. — -: j X 1000 

Population of area 



3. Live Bi rths 

A live birth is the complete expulsion or extraction from its 
mother of a product of conception, irrespective of the duration of preg- 
nancy, which, after such separation, breathes or shows any other evidence 
of life, such as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, 
or any definite movement of voluntary muscles, whether or not the umbilical 
cord has been cut or the placenta is attached. (Definition adopted by 
World Health Organization in 1950.) 

Crude birth rates are computed for total, male and female resi- 
dent 1 i ve bi rths . 



. , . J . 1 Annual number of 
Annual birth rate ,. . . .. 

( a \ 1 1 ve bi rths v inno 

(crude) = ■= : — —. :: X 1000 

Population or area 



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, , . . , Annual number of 

Annual male birth rate , ,. , . „«.. _ 

i a \ - male 1 i ve bi rths Y innn 

(crude) = ■=. i — t~- 2 x 1UU0 

v ' Population of area 



, r , , . , Annual number of 

Annual female birth rate r Qm= , Q , • , Q h ; rt . hc 

, . v fe ma le I i ve b i rths v .___ 

(crude) = 7^ ; — —. j X 1000 

Population of area 



4. Attendant 

Computations are the percentage distribution of resident live 
births according to attendant at birth. 



Annual percentage of live Annual number of live births attended 

births attended by physician _ by physician in hospital .__ 

in hospital Annual number of live births 



Annual percentage of live Annual number of live births attended 

births attended by physician _ by physician not in hsopital y 1f ._ 

not in hospital Annual number of live births 



Annual percentage of live Annual number of live births attended 

births attended by midwife _ by midwife and other inn 

and other Annual number of live births 



5. Premature Births 



In this report, a premature birth is defined as a live born in- 
fant weighing 2500 grams (5 pounds, 8 ounces) or less at birth, regardless 
of the period of gestation. (Birth weight index recommended by the Expert 
Group on Prematurity of the World Health Organization, 1950.) 

The "premature rate" is the percentage of total resident live 
births which were premature. Missing values (not stated birth weights) 



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are not excluded from the denominator since the number of such events is 
relatively small (33 cases for the State as a whole). 



. . Annual number of premature 

Annual premature rate .. , . , K 

• c- c i" l • ^u live births „ ,.. 

spec i f ic for 1 i ve bi rths = 7 -. - ■ E — t-. —. r— X 100 

Annual number of live births 



6. Bi rths Out of Wedlock 

An illegitimate birth is one which occurs to a woman who has 
never been legally married or who has been widowed or legally divorced 
from her husband in excess of 280 days (7)- The "illegitimate rate" is 
the percentage of total resident live births which occurred out of wedlock, 



. , ... . .. Annual number of live births 

Annual illegitimate rate . .. ., 

•r- r 1 • c • «.u occurring out of wedlock „ , 

specific for live births = 7 : » 7— r= r~- — z — X 1 

Annual number of live births 



00 



7. Occurrence Births 

Live births occurring in an area are shown as a percentage of 
total live births occurring in the State. Live births occurring in the 
area to residents of the area are shown as a percentage of the total live 
births occurring in the area. Complementary totals (i.e., non-resident 
births occurring in area and resident births occurring elsewhere) may be 
derived from the table by subtraction. 

Annual number of live births 

Annual percentage of N. C. live _ occurring in area y 1f)n 

births occurring in area Annual number of live births 

occurring in N. C. 



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.. .. Annual number of resident live 

Annual percentaqe or area i ve , . ., 

, . , . . , births occurring in area „ , nn 

births occurring to residents = — r ; r ■ c . - — ; — r-. X 100 

c 3 Annual number of total live 

of area ,. .. . . 

births occurring in area 



8. Perinatal Deaths 



Perinatal deaths are the sum of registered fetal deaths and 
neonatal deaths (see definitions below). The perinatal mortality rate is 
the number of resident perinatal deaths per 1000 resident deliveries (live 
births plus fetal deaths). 



Annual number of fetal deaths 

plus annual number of 

a i • * i •.!•*. neonatal deaths v ,_„„ 

Annual perinatal mortality rate = -. : r 7— n r~- — n X 1000 

Annual number of live births 



plus annual number of 
fetal deaths 



9- Fetal Deaths 

A fetal death is death prior to the complete expulsion or extrac- 
tion from its mother of a product of human conception, irrespective of the 
duration of pregnancy, as indicated by the fact that after such expulsion 
or extraction the fetus does not breathe or show any evidence of life, such 
as beating of the heart, pulsation of the umbilical cord, or definite move- 
ment of voluntary muscles. (Definition adopted by World Health Organization 
in 1950.) Consistent with North Carolina law, this report includes only 
fetal deaths which do not qualify as therapeutic abortions and which result 
from pregnancies of 20 or more weeks duration (see Section III). 



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The fetal mortality ratio (not calculated) is the number of fetal 
deaths per 1000 live births. The rate computed in the tables is the number 
of resident fetal deaths per 1000 resident deliveries (live births plus 
fetal deaths). 



, , . ,_ ,. Annual number of fetal deaths v 1onri 

Annual fetal mortality rate = 7 5 r z - n ■ . ..^ X 1000 

7 Annual number of live births 



plus annual number of fetal 
deaths 



Attendant 

Computations are the percentage distribution of resident fetal 
deaths according to attendant. 



Annual percentage of fetal Annual number of fetal deaths 

deaths attended by _ attended by physician in hospital „ ... 
physician in hospital Annual number of fetal deaths 



Annual percentage of fetal 



Annual number of fetal deaths 

attended by physician not 
deaths attended by . L„ B . t ., 

... . , ' ^ 1 m hosp 1 ta I v ... 

physician not in hospital = 7 : r v c c . — ; — -3 — rr— X 100 

K ' v Annual number of fetal deaths 



Annual percentage of fetal Annual number of fetal deaths 

deaths attended by attended by midwife and other x ... 
midwife and other Annual number of fetal deaths 



Out of Wedlock 

Resident fetal deaths which occurred out of wedlock are shown 
as a percentage of total resident fetal deaths. Two cases of unknown mari 
tal status are included in the denominator of the rate. 



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. . Annual number of fetal deaths 

Annual illegitimate rate occurring out of wedlock y .„ 
specific for fetal deaths = Annual number of fet al deaths X 1 °° 



10. Neonatal Deaths 

A neonatal death is death of a live born child under 28 days of 
age. The neonatal mortality rate is resident neonatal deaths per 1000 
resident live births. 



.. Annual number of neonatal deaths v ir>ri ~ 

Annual neonatal mortal. ty rate = Annual number of live births X 1 °°° 



1 1 . Postneonatal Deaths 

Postneonatal deaths are deaths of infants 28 days and over but 
less than 1 year of age. These resident deaths are related to infants 
exposed to the risk of dying during the period, i.e., live births minus 
neonatal deaths. The rate is per 1000 resident neonatal survivors. 

, Annual number of postneonatal deaths v ,»„„ 

Annual postneonatal = ■= -, r ■? — r-r 1 - — r-s — tt • r " IUUU 

y^=<-< =« °<-° Annual number of live births minus annual 

mortality rate , c . . . fcU „ 

1 number of neonatal deaths 

12. Infant Deaths 



An infant death is defined as death of a live born infant under 
one year of age. The rate is resident infant deaths per 1000 resident live 
bi rths. 



A , . , ^ .. Annual number of infant deaths v , nnn 
Annual infant mortality rate = — ; ; r r-^r- r~- — m — x 1000 



Annual number of live births 



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13- Deaths 

Death is defined as the permanent disappearance of any evidence 
of life at any time after live birth (6). This definition excludes fetal 
deaths. The crude death rate and death rates specific for sex are computed 
for resident deaths. 

Annual death rate _ Annual number of deaths „ 1Q00 
(crude) Population of area 

Annual death rate Annual number of male deaths 



specific for males Male population of area 

Annual death rate _ Annual number of female deaths 
specific for females Female population of area 



X 1000 



X 1000 



14. Age at Death 

Age-specific death rates are based on reported age in completed 
years as of the last birthday. Errors in reporting are believed to include 
underestimates for ages 22 through middle age and overestimates for persons 
nearing their 21st and 65th birthdays and for those over age 65. Prefer- 
ences for ages ending in certain digits (e.g., ages ending in and 5) may 
also result in undue concentrations of reported ages (8). 

In this report, age-specific death rates are calculated for 10- 
year age intervals. The age-specific death rates are resident deaths in 
the age group per 1000 population in the age group. 



Annual death rate _ Annual number of deaths in age group 10Q0 



specific for age Population in age group 



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15- Place of Death 

Computations are the percentage distribution of resident deaths 
according to place of death. 



Annual percentage of deaths 



Annual number of deaths 



in hospitals ■ ... 

occurring in hospitals = 7 ; r^ 2—3 — rr — X 100 

K Annual number of deaths 



. , , , Annual number of deaths 

Annual percentage of deaths . ... 

,, . ... .. in other institutions „ ... 

occurring in other institutions = 7 : r ■?—. — x 100 

Annual number of deaths 



Annual percentage of deaths 



Annual number of deaths in 



home or non- 1 ns 1 1 tut 1 ons u , rt _ 

occurring in home or non- 1 nst 1 tut 1 ons = — 7 -, r ■=— •, ; X 100 

Annual number of deaths 



16. Occurrence Deaths 



Deaths occurring in an area are shown as a percentage of deaths 
occurring in the State. Deaths occurring in the area to residents of the 
area are shown as a percentage of the total deaths occurring in the area. 
Complementary totals (i.e., non-resident deaths occurring in the area and 
resident deaths occurring elsewhere) may be derived from the table by 
subtraction . 



Annual number of deaths 

Annual percentage of N. C. _ occurring in area 

deaths occurring in area Annual number of deaths 

occurring in North Carolina 



X 100 



Annual percentage of area 

leaths occurring t 

res idents of area 



Annual number of resident deaths 

jI,4.uZ *~ ' occurring in area „ ... 

deaths occurring to = —7 -. r *? t—j — rr X 100 

Annual number of total deaths 

occurring in area 



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17- Marriages 

North Carolina law defines marriage as the legal union of a male 
and a female (G.S. 51-1). The marriage rate of this report is the number 
of marriages occurring in an area per 1000 population of the area. Due to 
some cases of dissimilar races of the bride and groom ("mixed" marriages) 
and to a number of "not stated" race cases, frequencies and rates are shown 
only for the total . 



, . Annual number of marriages 

Annual marriage rate 

i a \ occurring in area v ._--. 

(crude) = = . ; . ? ■? X 1000 

Population of area 



18. Divorces and Annulments 

Legal divorce or annulment can occur only by decree of an 
authorized court. Annulments, which void marriage from the beginning, 
constitute less than one percent of the sum of these events. A divorce 
from bed and board is a judicial separation suspending cohabitation but 
not otherwise affecting the marriage bond. Divorces from bed and board 
are not included in this report. 

Due to dissimilar races of the plaintiff and the defendant and 
to a large number of "not stated" cases, frequencies and rates are shown 
only for the total. The divorce rate of this report is the number of 
divorces occurring in the area per 1000 population of the area. 



. , ,. Annual number of divorces and annulments 

Annual divorce rate 

/ , x occurring in area Y innn 

(crude) = = ; — — r- 2 ■? X 1000 

Population of area 



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Other Definitions 

URBAN population is the population residing in urbanized areas 
and places of 2,500 or more population. 

NET MIGRATION is the difference between the 1970 Census (1) and 
the expected population on April 1, 1970. Expected population is obtained 
by adding natural increase for the period April 1, I960 through March 31, 
1970 to the 1960 Census (2). The percentage increase or decrease repre- 
sents the ratio of net migration to the population enumerated April 1, 
1960 (2). 



SYMBOLS 

Quantity (frequency) is zero 

Rate is less than 0.05 0.0 

Rate and rank are not applicable blank space 



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REFERENCES 



(1) U. S. Bureau of the Census (1971). Census of Population: 1970 General 

Population Characteristics Fi nal~~Report PC(1)-B35 North Carolina . 
U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 

(2) U. S. Bureau of the Census (1961) . United States Census of Population : 

1960 General Population Characteristics Final Report PC ( 1 ) ~35B North 
Carol ina . U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 

(3) Public Health Service, Health Services and Mental Health Administration, 

National Center for Health Statistics (September 21, 1971). Monthly 
Vital Statistics Report: Provisional Statistics: Annual Summary 
for the United States, 1970 - Vol. 19, No. 13, Rockville, Maryland. 

(4) U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Public Health Service, 

National Office of Vital Statistics (September 21, 1954). "Birth 
Registration Completeness in the United States and Geographic Areas, 
1950," 39:2 p. 55- 

(5) North Carolina State Board of Health, Public Health Statistics Section. 

Test conducted in compliance with procedures of the National Office 
of Vital Statistics. 

(6) Grove, R. D. and A. M. Hetzel ( 1968) . Vital Statistics Rates in the 

United States: 1940-1960 . Public Health Service Publication 
No. 1677, pp. 47-49. 

(7) North Carolina State Board of Health, Public Health Statistics Section. 

"Hospital Handbook for Vital Statistics Registration," p. 21. 

(8) Spiegelman, M. (1969)- Introduction to Demography . Harvard University 

Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts , ppT 58-77- 



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STATE 
TABLE 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
NORTH CAROLINA 

TCTAL WHITE KCNWHIJE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE NUMBER RATE 

POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 5200388 100.0 4014809 1C0.0 1185579 100.0 

MALES 2542666 48.9 1973941 49.2 568725 48.0 

FEMALES 2657722 51.1 2C40868 50.8 616854 52.0 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 41719 8.0 26971 6.7 14748 12.4 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL G INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL CEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



88894 


17.1 


61562 


15.3 


27332 


23.1 


45726 


8.8 


31803 


7.9 


13923 


11.7 


43168 


8.3 


29759 


7.4 


13409 


11.3 


87924 


98.9 


61470 


99.9 


26454 


96.8 


357 


0.4 


60 


C.l 


297 


1.1 


613 


0.7 


32 


0.1 


581 


2.1 


7819 


8.8 


4188 


6.8 


3631 


13.3 


12535 


14.1 


2306 


3.7 


10229 


37.4 


89318 


100.0 


61906 


1C0.0 


27412 


100.0 


87608 


98.1 


60528 


97.8 


27080 


98.8 



2790 


30.9 


1338 


14.8 


1282 


95.8 


34 


2.5 


22 


1.6 


275 


20.6 


1452 


16.3 


555 


6.3 


2007 


22.6 



1648 


26.4 


773 


12.4 


760 


98.3 


10 


1.3 


3 


0.4 


38 


4.9 


875 


14.2 


247 


4.1 


1122 


18.2 



OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 48766 9.4 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 17277 3.3 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



1142 


40.9 


565 


20.3 


522 


92.4 


24 


4.2 


19 


3.4 


237 


41.9 


577 


21.1 


308 


11.5 


885 


32.4 



13. 


TOTAL 


47175 


9.1 


34591 


8.6 


12584 


10.6 




MALES 


27128 


10.7 


19926 


10.1 


7202 


12.7 




FEMALES 


20047 


7.5 


14665 


7.2 


5382 


8.7 


14. 


AGE 
















0-4 YEARS 


2337 


5.6 


1315 


4.3 


1022 


9.1 




5-14 


467 


0.5 


307 


0.4 


160 


0.6 




15-24 


1536 


1.5 


988 


1.3 


548 


2.1 




25-34 


1392 


2.1 


810 


1.5 


582 


4.8 




35-44 


2310 


3.9 


1378 


2.9 


932 


8.4 




45-54 


5094 


8.8 


3417 


7.3 


1677 


15.1 




55-64 


8359 


18.1 


5948 


16.1 


2411 


26.2 




65+ 


25680 


58.8 


20428 


58.2 


5252 


61.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 
















HOSPITAL 


27946 


59.2 


20872 


60.3 


7074 


56.2 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


6323 


13.4 


4924 


14.2 


1399 


11.1 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


12906 


27.4 


8795 


25.4 


4111 


32.7 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 
















TOTAL 


47335 


100.0 


34718 


100.0 


12617 


100.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


45812 


96.8 


33456 


96.4 


12356 


97.9 



COUNTY 
TABLES 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

ALAMANCE COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



98763 1.9 11.0 

47520 48.1 67.0 

51243 51.9 34.0 

646 6.5 50.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



80968 2.0 12.0 

39001 48.2 74.0 

41967 51.8 27.0 

428 5.3 48.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



17795 1.5 18.0 

8519 47.9 57.0 

9276 52.1 44.0 

218 12.3 33.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


1482 


15.0 


74.0 


1093 


13.5 


71.0 


389 


21.9 


47.0 




MALES 


768 


7.8 


72.0 


567 


7.0 


71.0 


201 


11.3 


42.0 




FEMALES 


714 


7.2 


74.0 


526 


6.5 


73.0 


188 


10.6 


52.0 


4. 


ATTENOANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1479 


99.8 


37.0 


1093 


100.0 


26.0 


386 


99.2 


45.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


67.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.3 


54.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


2 


0.1 


39.0 





0.0 


63.0 


2 


0.5 


29.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


144 


9.7 


30.0 


79 


7.2 


41.0 


65 


16.7 


14.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


155 


10.5 


66.0 


29 


2.7 


74.0 


126 


32.4 


69.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1485 


1.7 


17.0 


1196 


1.9 


16.0 


289 


1.1 


32.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1254 


84.4 


42.0 


1004 


83.9 


30. C 


250 


86.5 


49.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL <28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



47 


31.0 


51.0 


34 


30.4 


33.0 


13 


32.7 


59.0 


36 


23.7 


14.0 


27 


24.1 


10.0 


9 


22.6 


39.0 


36 


100.0 


31.5 


27 


100.0 


40.5 


9 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





o.c 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


13.9 


54.0 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


55.6 


23.0 


11 


7.4 


90.0 


7 


6.4 


86.0 


4 


10.3 


68.0 


9 


6.1 


49.0 


3 


2.8 


55.0 


6 


15.6 


27.0 


20 


13.5 


93.0 


10 


9.1 


89.0 


10 


25.7 


59.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


836 


8.5 


84.0 


665 


8.2 


81.0 


171 


9.6 


71.0 




MALES 


509 


10.7 


75.0 


405 


10.4 


72. C 


104 


12.2 


65.0 




FEMALES 


327 


6.4 


89.0 


260 


6.2 


86.0 


67 


7.2 


81.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


28 


3.7 


88.0 


14 


2.4 


85.0 


14 


8.2 


49.0 




5-14 


9 


0.5 


47.0 


8 


0.5 


37.0 


1 


0.2 


59.0 




15-24 


17 


0.9 


83.0 


11 


0.8 


83. 


6 


1.6 


56.0 




25-34 


22 


1.8 


67.0 


11 


1.1 


82. C 


11 


5.2 


32.0 




35-44 


33 


2.8 


85.0 


24 


2.4 


73.0 


9 


5.1 


71.0 




45-54 


91 


7.1 


75.0 


70 


6.4 


72.0 


21 


11.4 


68.0 




55-64 


156 


16.1 


68.0 


124 


14.9 


68.0 


32 


23.3 


60.0 




65* 


480 


59.1 


53.0 


403 


58.2 


54.0 


77 


64.0 


43.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


414 


49.5 


95.0 


349 


52.5 


90.0 


65 


38.0 


95.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


115 


13.8 


33.0 


96 


14.4 


34.0 


19 


11.1 


34.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


307 


36.7 


9.0 


220 


33.1 


10. C 


87 


50.9 


4.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


701 


1.5 


22.0 


565 


1.6 


15. 


136 


1.1 


31.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


628 


89.6 


19.0 


506 


89.6 


16.0 


122 


89.7 


43.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



928 
360 



9.4 
3.6 



42.0 
18.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

ALEXANDER COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS IUNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



20330 0.4 69.0 

9972 49.1 29.0 

10358 50.9 72.0 

188 9.2 15.0 



18711 0.5 59.0 

9177 49.0 25.0 

9534 51.0 76.0 

167 8.9 9.C 



1619 0.1 82.0 

795 49.1 25.0 

824 50.9 76.0 

21 13.0 29.0 



364 


17.9 


27.0 


328 


17.5 


8.0 


36 


22.2 


42.0 


191 


9.4 


25.0 


174 


9.3 


10.0 


17 


10.5 


54.0 


173 


8.5 


37.0 


154 


8.2 


16.0 


19 


11.7 


31.0 


364 


100.0 


9.5 


328 


ICO.O 


26. C 


36 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


26 


7.1 


83.5 


23 


7.0 


45.0 


3 


8.3 


85.0 


16 


4.4 


95.0 


9 


2.7 


71.0 


7 


19.4 


88.0 


120 


0.1 


77.0 


96 


0.2 


74.0 


24 


0.1 


72.0 


112 


93.3 


15.0 


90 


93.8 


8.0 


22 


91.7 


29.5 



14 


37.8 


25.0 


13 


39.0 


13.0 


1 


27.0 


6 


16.2 


44.0 


5 


15.0 


34.0 


1 


27.0 


6 


100.0 


31.5 


5 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


1 


16.7 


49.0 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


100. 


8 


22.0 


23.0 


8 


24.4 


10. C 





0.0 


2 


5.6 


56.0 


2 


6.2 


18.0 





0.0 


10 


27.5 


27.0 


10 


30.5 


7.0 





0.0 



TOTAL 


176 


8.7 


79.0 


161 


8.6 


73. 


15 


9.3 


MALES 


107 


10.7 


74.0 


97 


10.6 


71.0 


10 


12.6 


FEMALES 


69 


6.7 


81.0 


64 


6.7 


74.0 


5 


6.1 


AGE 


















0-4 YEARS 


11 


6.2 


38.0 


11 


6.9 


9.C 





0.0 


5-14 


2 


0.5 


46.0 


2 


0.5 


38. C 





0.0 


15-24 


8 


2.3 


22.0 


8 


2.5 


10. C 





0.0 


25-34 


6 


2.0 


61.0 


5 


1.8 


38.0 


1 


4.4 


35-44 


a 


3.2 


75.0 


6 


2.6 


68. C 


2 


13.1 


45-54 


10 


4.8 


96.0 


10 


5.1 


88.0 





0.0 


55-64 


35 


20.6 


27.0 


34 


21.4 


12.0 


I 


8.8 


65* 


96 


55.6 


73.5 


85 


52.0 


88.0 


11 


118.3 


PLACE OF DEATH 


















HOSPITAL 


99 


56.3 


70.0 


93 


57.8 


72. C 


6 


40.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


7.4 


87.0 


12 


7.5 


90.0 


1 


6.7 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


64 


36.4 


10.0 


56 


34.8 


6.C 


8 


53.3 


OCCURRENCE 


















TOTAL 


108 


0.2 


81.0 


95 


0.3 


76.5 


13 


0.1 


TO RESIDENTS 


103 


95.4 


2.0 


90 


94.7 


2.0 


13 


100.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



167 
73 



8.2 
3.6 



59.0 
20.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ALLEGHANY COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



8226 0.2 91.0 

3944 47.9 77.0 

4282 52.1 24.0 

49 6.0 62.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



7982 0.2 84.0 

3832 48.0 79.0 

4150 52.0 22.0 

42 5.3 49.0 



94 


11.4 


25.0 


57 


14.5 


15.0 


37 


8.6 


39.0 


4 


6.6 


31.0 





0.0 


95.5 


1 


0.8 


88.0 


4 


4.1 


6.0 


3 


3.0 


81.0 


6 


6.6 


88.0 


11 


12.2 


95.0 


65 


53.6 


81.0 


68 


72.3 


9.0 


5 


5.3 


98.0 


21 


22.3 


87.0 


112 


0.2 


80.0 


73 


65.2 


88.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



244 0.0 94.0 

112 45.9 92.0 

132 54.1 9.0 

7 28.7 2.0 



143 


17.4 


39.0 


134 


16.8 


19.0 


9 


36.9 


2.0 


76 


9.2 


29.0 


71 


8.9 


16.0 


5 


20.5 


2.0 


67 


8.1 


43.0 


63 


7.9 


26.0 


4 


16.4 


7.0 


143 


100.0 


9.5 


134 


100.0 


26.0 


9 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


9 


6.3 


93.0 


9 


6.7 


52.0 





0.0 


95.5 


7 


4.9 


93.0 


6 


4.5 


31.0 


1 


11.1 


95.0 


130 


0.1 


75.0 


122 


0.2 


70.0 


8 


0.0 


78.0 


83 


63.8 


82.0 


75 


61.5 


73.0 


8 


100.0 


6.0 



5 


34.5 


36.5 


5 


36.8 


14.0 





0.0 


89.5 


? 


13.8 


62.0 


2 


14.7 


37.0 





0.0 


86.5 


2 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


1C0.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









3 


21.0 


28.0 


3 


22.4 


16.0 





0.0 


86.0 


1 


7.1 


37.0 


1 


7.6 


14.0 





0.0 


84.5 


4 


28.0 


24.0 


4 


29.9 


10.0 





0.0 


88.5 



92 


11.5 


20.0 


57 


14.9 


13.0 


35 


8.4 


40.0 


4 


6.9 


8.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


0.8 


78.0 


3 


3.1 


6.0 


3 


3.1 


47.0 


5 


5.6 


83.0 


11 


12.5 


89.0 


65 


55.1 


72.0 


67 


72.8 


9.0 


5 


5.4 


97.0 


20 


21.7 


83.0 


109 


0.3 


71.0 


71 


65.1 


85.0 



2 


8.2 


85.0 





0.0 


99.0 


2 


15.2 


3.0 





0.0 


92.0 





0.0 


81.0 





0.0 


87.5 


1 


55.6 


1.0 





0.0 


92.0 


1 


47.6 


2.0 





0.0 


98.0 





0.0 


98.0 


1 


50.0 


72.5 





0.0 


92.0 


1 


50.0 


6.5 


3 


0.0 


91.5 


2 


66.7 


88.0 



1375 
29 



167.2 
3.5 



1.0 
22.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ANSON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL & INFA 
MORTALITY 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 
1*. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65+ 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



23154 


0.4 


66.0 


11053 


47.7 


85.0 


12101 


52.3 


16.0 


140 


6.0 


61.0 



298 


12.9 


8.0 


155 


14.0 


22.0 


143 


11.8 


3.0 


22 


11.2 


4.0 


2 


0.4 


53.0 


8 


1.9 


35.0 


8 


3.6 


10.0 


10 


4.5 


35.0 


28 


10.2 


24.0 


50 


21.1 


22.0 


170 


59.6 


52.0 


187 


62.8 


36.0 


22 


7.4 


88.0 


89 


29.9 


35.0 


208 


0.4 


58.5 


188 


90.4 


16.0 



12439 0.3 75.0 

5997 48.2 71.0 

6442 51.8 30.0 

CO 88. C 



10715 0.9 39.0 

5056 47.2 76.0 

5659 52.8 25.0 

140 13.1 27.0 



438 


18.9 


14.0 


164 


13.2 


77.0 


274 


25.6 


19.0 


212 


9.2 


31.0 


87 


7.0 


72.0 


125 


11.7 


36.0 


226 


9.8 


9.0 


77 


6.2 


82.0 


149 


13.9 


12.0 


414 


94.5 


92.0 


163 


99.4 


93. C 


251 


91.6 


86.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69. 





0.0 


77.5 


24 


5.5 


6.0 


1 


0.6 


5.0 


23 


8.4 


7.0 


36 


8.2 


63.0 


9 


5.5 


77.0 


27 


9.9 


77.0 


103 


23.5 


15.0 


5 


3.0 


63.0 


98 


35.8 


54.0 


264 


0.3 


63.0 


86 


0.1 


75.0 


178 


0.6 


45.0 


253 


95.8 


11.0 


80 


93.0 


9.0 


173 


97.2 


16.0 



17 


38.1 


24.0 


5 


30.3 


34.0 


12 


42.7 


37.0 


8 


17.9 


37.0 


1 


6.1 


89.0 


7 


24.9 


32.0 


7 


87.5 


83.5 


1 


1C0.0 


40.5 


6 


85.7 


59.5 





0.0 


61.0 





o.c 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


12.5 


5.0 





0.0 


48. C 


1 


14.3 


7.5 


1 


12.5 


57.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


14.3 


58.5 


9 


20.5 


30.0 


4 


24.4 


10.0 


5 


18.2 


49.0 


7 


16.3 


7.0 





O.C 


84.0 


7 


26.0 


9.0 


16 


36.5 


6.0 


4 


24.4 


21.0 


12 


43.8 


21.0 



164 


13.2 


7.0 


78 


13.0 


34. C 


86 


13.3 


3.0 


8 


10.3 


2.0 


1 


0.5 


39.0 


2 


1.1 


66. 


2 


1.4 


60.0 


4 


3.0 


49. C 


12 


6.9 


60.0 


22 


14.0 


76.0 


113 


62.2 


30.0 


114 


69.5 


15.0 


14 


8.5 


84.0 


36 


22.0 


77.0 


120 


0.3 


67.0 


103 


85.8 


26.0 



134 


12.5 


29.0 


77 


15.2 


29.0 


57 


10.1 


30.0 


14 


11.7 


29.0 


1 


0.4 


47.0 


6 


2.6 


26.0 


6 


7.0 


19.0 


6 


6.7 


56.0 


16 


15.9 


34.0 


28 


34.9 


18.0 


57 


55.1 


68.0 


73 


54.5 


53.5 


8 


6.0 


75.0 


53 


39.6 


27.0 


88 


0.7 


44.0 


85 


96.6 


19.0 



80 
58 



3.5 
2.5 



99.0 
62.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ASHE COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONHHITE 

* * * 

< NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



OPULATION 

I. TOTAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 
>. NATURAL INCREASE 

I V E BIRTHS 



MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHFR 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL I 
M R T / 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL CEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLCCK 
10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
11- POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



19526 


0.4 


71.0 


9574 


49.0 


30.0 


9952 


51.0 


71.0 


128 


6.6 


49.0 



301 


15.4 


66.0 


146 


7.5 


82.0 


155 


7.9 


49.0 


300 


99.7 


45. C 


1 


0.3 


43.0 





0.0 


77. C 


30 


10.0 


27. C 


15 


5.0 


9 l.C 


284 


0.3 


62.0 


259 


91.2 


21.0 



19296 0.5 56. C 

9457 49.0 27. C 

9839 51. C 74.0 

125 6.5 33. C 



294 


15.2 


38. 


C 


142 


7.4 


55. 


C 


152 


7.9 


28. 


c 


293 


99.7 


77. 


c 


1 


0.3 


16. 


c 





C.C 


63. 


c 


2R 


9.5 


8. 


c 


14 


4. « 


26. 


, 5 


279 


C.5 


54. 


,c 


254 


91. C 


13. 


.c 



230 0.0 95.0 

117 50.9 12.0 

113 49.1 89.0 

3 13.0 28.0 



7 30.4 9.0 
4 17.4 4.0 
3 13.0 19.0 



7 


100. 


,0 


16, 


,0 





0. 


.0 


77, 


,5 





0. 


,0 


69. 


.0 


2 


28, 


,6 


4, 


.0 


1 


14, 


,3 


91, 


.0 


5 


0, 


.0 


82. 


.0 


5 


100. 


,0 


6, 


.0 



12 


39.3 


19.0 


12 


40. 3 


11. C 





0.0 


89.5 


4 


13.1 


67.0 


4 


13.4 


46. C 





0.0 


86.5 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


10C.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61. C 


C 


CO 


51. 












0.0 


55.5 





C.C 


48. C 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









8 


26.6 


8.0 


8 


27.2 


8. C 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





C.C 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


a 


26.6 


32.0 


8 


27.2 


14.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


173 


8.9 


73.0 


169 


8.8 


70. C 


4 


17.4 


5.0 




MALES 


106 


11.1 


67.0 


1C4 


11. 


62. C 


2 


17.1 


16.0 




FEMALES 


67 


6.7 


77.0 


65 


6.6 


78. C 


2 


17.7 


2.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


5.4 


56.0 


8 


5.4 


26. C 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


3 


0.8 


15.0 


3 


0.8 


14.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


3 


1.0 


80.0 


3 


l.C 


70. C 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


3 


1.2 


86.0 


3 


1.2 


71.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


8 


3.6 


57.0 


8 


3.7 


31.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


15 


6.9 


83.0 


14 


6.5 


69.0 


1 


71.4 


1.0 




55-64 


23 


10.9 


100.0 


23 


11.0 


96.0 





0.0 


98.0 




65* 


110 


45.0 


96.0 


107 


44.2 


96. C 


3 


136.4 


1.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


124 


71.7 


10. 


121 


71.6 


11. 


3 


75.0 


10.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


10 


5.8 


97.0 


9 


5.3 


98.0 


1 


25.0 


2.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


39 


22.5 


85.0 


39 


23. 1 


73.0 





0.0 


97.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


157 


0.3 


69.0 


155 


0.4 


59.0 


2 


0.0 


94.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


142 


90.4 


14.0 


140 


90.3 


14. 


2 


100.0 


8.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



190 
35 



9.7 
1.8 



37.0 
83.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
AVERY COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL 6 
M R T < 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65+ 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



RATE RANK 



12802 0.2 84.0 

6411 50.1 6.0 

6391 49.9 95.0 

82 6.4 53.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12714 0.3 74.0 

6365 50.1 10.0 

6349 49.9 91.0 

82 6.4 34.0 



34 


10.5 


40.0 


91 


14.2 


21.0 


43 


6.7 


78.0 


4 


3.6 


90.0 


1 


0.5 


49.0 


4 


1.5 


51.0 





0.0 


99.0 


6 


4.7 


33.0 


11 


8.1 


58.0 


21 


16.5 


65.0 


87 


66.8 


14.0 


98 


73.1 


6.0 


12 


9.0 


77.0 


24 


17.9 


94.0 


36 


0.3 


74.0 


96 


70.6 


79.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



88 0.0 98.0 

46 52.3 9.0 

42 47.7 92.0 

0.0 95.0 



216 


16.9 


43.0 


214 


16.8 


17.0 


2 


22.7 


37.0 


124 


9.7 


16.0 


123 


9.7 


5.0 


1 


11.4 


41.0 


92 


7.2 


76.0 


91 


7.2 


50.0 


1 


11.4 


34.0 


216 


100.0 


9.5 


214 


100.0 


26.0 


2 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


23 


10.6 


18.0 


23 


10.7 


3.0 





0.0 


95.5 


9 


4.2 


98.0 


9 


4.2 


38.0 





0.0 


96.5 


232 


0.3 


65.0 


232 


0.4 


57.0 





0.0 


96.0 


161 


69.4 


73.0 


161 


69.4 


61.0 










6 


27.4 


71.0 


6 


27.6 


47.0 





0.0 


89.5 


3 


13.7 


64.0 


3 


13.8 


43.0 





0.0 


86.5 


2 


66.7 


94.5 


2 


66.7 


90.0 









1 


33.3 


1.5 


1 


33.3 


3.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. C 









1 


33.3 


19.5 


1 


33.3 


5.5 









3 


13.9 


69.0 


3 


14.0 


49. 





0.0 


86.0 


1 


4.7 


68.0 


1 


4.7 


35.0 





. 0.0 


84.5 


4 


18.5 


77.0 


4 


18.7 


48.0 





0.0 


88.5 



132 


10.4 


37.0 


89 


14.0 


22. C 


43 


6.8 


71.0 


4 


3.7 


65.0 


1 


0.5 


45. 


4 


1.5 


41.0 





0.0 


97.0 


6 


4.7 


11.0 


11 


8.1 


32.0 


20 


15.8 


56. 


86 


66.7 


18.0 


96 


72.7 


10.0 


12 


9.1 


81.0 


24 


18.2 


95.0 


134 


0.4 


65.0 


94 


70.1 


78.0 



2 


22.7 


3.0 


2 


43.5 


3.0 





0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


92.0 





0.0 


81.0 





0.0 


87.5 





0.0 


90.0 





0.0 


92.0 





0.0 


96.0 


1 


111.1 


3.0 


1 


83.3 


8.5 


2 


100.0 


1.5 





0.0 


92.0 





0.0 


97.0 


2 


0.0 


94.5 


2 


100.0 


8.5 



130 
19 



10.2 
1.5 



31.0 
90.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BEAUFORT COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



35970 


0.7 


46.0 


17131 


47.6 


90.0 


18839 


52.4 


11.0 


127 


3.5 


84.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



24297 0.6 50. C 

11583 47.7 92.0 

12714 52.3 9.0 

43 1.8 82.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



11673 1.0 36.0 

5548 47.5 69.0 

6125 52.5 32.0 

84 7.2 79.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


611 


17.0 


42.0 


361 


14.9 


43.0 


250 


21.4 


54.0 




MALES 


317 


8.8 


42.0 


189 


7.8 


39. C 


128 


11.0 


47.0 




FEMALES 


294 


8.2 


42.0 


172 


7.1 


53.0 


122 


10.5 


56.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


610 


99.8 


31.0 


361 


1C0.0 


26.0 


249 


99.6 


37.5 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


I 


0.2 


48.0 





0.0 


69. 


1 


0.4 


46.0 




MIDWIFE AND CTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


45 


7.4 


78.0 


18 


5.0 


83.0 


27 


10.8 


72.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


120 


19.6 


27.0 


8 


2.2 


80.0 


112 


44.8 


16.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


833 


0.9 


34.0 


517 


0.8 


38.0 


316 


1.2 


28.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


562 


67.5 


76.0 


327 


63.2 


69.0 


235 


74.4 


74.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



27 


43.1 


12.0 


13 


35.1 


18. C 


14 


54.7 


20.0 


15 


24.0 


13.0 


9 


24.3 


9.0 


6 


23.4 


35.5 


14 


93.3 


76.0 


8 


88.9 


87.5 


6 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





C.C 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


6.7 


10.0 


1 


11.1 


1.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


13.3 


56.0 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


33.3 


48.0 


12 


19.6 


34.0 


4 


11.1 


65.0 


8 


32.0 


16.0 


6 


10.0 


18.0 


2 


5.6 


27.0 


4 


16.5 


23.0 


lfi 


29.5 


19.0 


6 


16.6 


59. 


12 


48.0 


17.0 



TOTAL 


484 


13.5 


6.0 


318 


13.1 


9.0 


166 


14.2 


12.0 


MALES 


281 


16.4 


4.0 


175 


15.1 


9.C 


106 


19.1 


8.0 


FEMALES 
AGE 


203 


10.8 


8.0 


143 


11.2 


11. 


60 


9.8 


34.0 


0-4 YEARS 


20 


7.6 


20.0 


7 


3.9 


62.0 


13 


15.3 


11.0 


5-14 


5 


0.7 


25.0 


4 


1.0 


8. 


1 


0.3 


49.0 


15-24 


12 


1.9 


34.0 


7 


1.8 


29.0 


5 


2.1 


40.0 


25-34 


16 


4.1 


7.0 


6 


1.9 


29.0 


10 


11.9 


4.0 


35-44 


16 


4.2 


44.0 


8 


3.C 


53. C 


8 


7.1 


51.0 


45-54 


48 


11.8 


10.0 


25 


8.6 


26.0 


23 


19.4 


17.0 


55-64 


101 


24.2 


10.0 


69 


23.5 


6.C 


32 


26.0 


43.0 


65* 


266 


67.7 


11.0 


192 


69.0 


14.0 


74 


64.5 


37.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


275 


56.8 


67.0 


182 


57.2 


75.0 


93 


56.0 


49.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


58 


12.0 


52.0 


42 


13.2 


47.0 


16 


9.6 


42.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


151 


31.2 


28.0 


94 


29.6 


22. C 


57 


34.3 


42.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


530 


1.1 


28.0 


368 


1.1 


31.0 


162 


1.3 


25.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


412 


77.7 


60.0 


282 


76.6 


55.0 


130 


80.2 


66.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



444 
105 



12.3 
2.9 



15.0 
45.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BERTIE COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



19670 


0.4 


70.0 


9335 


47.5 


94.0 


10335 


52.5 


7.0 


81 


4.1 


83.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8691 0.2 82.0 

4099 47.2 99.0 

4592 52.8 2.0 

-39 -4.5 99.0 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10979 0.9 37.0 

5236 47.7 62.0 

5743 52.3 39.0 

120 10.9 41.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


351 


17.8 


28.0 


112 


12.9 


85.0 


239 


21.8 


48.0 




MALES 


182 


9.3 


28.0 


57 


6.6 


81.0 


125 


11.4 


40.0 




FEMALES 


169 


8.6 


34.0 


55 


6.3 


78.0 


114 


10.4 


59.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


342 


97.4 


84.0 


112 


1C0.0 


26.0 


230 


96.2 


74.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


8 


2.3 


6.0 





0.0 


69.0 


8 


3.3 


13.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.3 


30.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.4 


33.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


35 


10.0 


26.0 


12 


10.7 


4.0 


23 


9.6 


80.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


100 


28.5 


7.0 


4 


3.6 


52.5 


96 


40.2 


36.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


199 


0.2 


70.0 


51 


0.1 


78.0 


148 


0.5 


50.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


158 


79.4 


54.0 


29 


56.9 


78.0 


129 


87.2 


47.0 



FETAL t INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 






28.1 


69.0 


2 


17.7 


88.0 


8 


32.9 


55.5 


5 


14.0 


58.0 


1 


8.8 


78.0 


4 


16.5 


57.0 


5 


100.0 


31.5 


1 


100.0 


40.5 


4 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


40.0 


10.0 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


50.0 


28.0 


5 


14.2 


66.0 


1 


8.9 


80.0 


4 


16.7 


56.0 


4 


11.6 


12.0 





0.0 


84.0 


4 


17.0 


22.0 


9 


25.6 


37.0 


1 


8.9 


90.0 


8 


33.5 


40.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


270 


13.7 


4.0 


151 


17.4 


2.0 


119 


10.8 


53.0 




MALES 


147 


15.7 


6.0 


84 


20.5 


2.0 


63 


12.0 


68.0 




FEMALES 


123 


11.9 


2.0 


67 


14.6 


2.0 


56 


9.8 


35.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


13 


9.2 


9.0 


2 


4.0 


59.0 


11 


12.1 


26.0 




5-14 


1 


0.2 


81.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


0.3 


51.0 




15-24 


11 


3.3 


4.0 


4 


2.9 


6.0 


7 


3.5 


19.0 




25-34 


4 


2.4 


43.0 


2 


2.2 


18.0 


2 


2.6 


71.0 




35-44 


12 


6.0 


15.0 


4 


4.4 


17. C 


8 


7.2 


49.0 




45-54 


22 


9.3 


33.0 


7 


5.8 


81.0 


15 


13.0 


59.0 




55-64 


43 


19.1 


28.0 


26 


20.8 


15.0 


17 


16.9 


84.0 




65* 


164 


75.3 


4.0 


106 


85.6 


2.0 


58 


61.6 


51.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


181 


67.0 


16.0 


102 


67.5 


18.0 


79 


66.4 


23.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


19 


7.0 


91.0 


14 


9.3 


79.0 


5 


4.2 


83.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


70 


25.9 


59.0 


35 


23.2 


72.0 


35 


29.4 


62.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


172 


0.4 


66.5 


91 


0.3 


79.0 


81 


0.6 


47.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


147 


85.5 


32.0 


77 


84.6 


29.5 


70 


86.4 


52.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES ANO ANNULMENTS 



254 
38 



12.9 
1.9 



12.0 
80.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BLADEN COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



25934 


0.5 


57.0 


12647 


48.8 


36.0 


13287 


51.2 


65.0 


198 


7.6 


30.0 



15885 0.4 66.0 

7724 48.6 44.0 

8161 51.4 57.0 

103 6.5 32. C 



10049 0.8 44.0 

4923 49.0 28.0 

5126 51.0 73.0 

95 9.5 61.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


476 


18.4 


24.0 


261 


16.4 


26. C 


215 


21.4 


55.0 




MALES 


250 


9.6 


19.0 


135 


8.5 


20.0 


115 


11.4 


39.0 




FEMALES 


226 


8.7 


28.0 


126 


7.9 


24.0 


100 


10.0 


67.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICI AN IK HOSPITAL 


466 


97.9 


82.0 


260 


99.6 


82.5 


206 


95.8 


75.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69. C 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


10 


2.1 


15.0 


1 


0.4 


8.0 


9 


4.2 


16.0 


b. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


47 


9.9 


29.0 


16 


6.1 


63.0 


31 


14.4 


33.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


107 


22.5 


18.0 


9 


3.4 


56. 


98 


45.6 


14.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


229 


0.3 


66.0 


77 


0.1 


76.0 


152 


0.6 


49.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


217 


94.8 


12.0 


69 


89.6 


23.0 


148 


97.4 


15.0 



T A L C 

M R T A 



I N F 
L I T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



19 


39.3 


20.0 


4 


15.2 


93.0 


15 


68.2 


7.0 


7 


14.5 


55.0 


2 


7.6 


83.0 


5 


22.7 


37.5 


7 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


1CO.0 


40.5 


5 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


14.3 


53.0 


1 


50.0 


1.5 





0.0 


67.5 


12 


25.2 


12.0 


2 


7.7 


82.5 


10 


46.5 


5.0 


4 


8.6 


25.0 


2 


7.7 


13.0 


2 


9.8 


49.0 


16 


33.6 


10.0 


4 


15.3 


67.0 


12 


55.8 


11.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


278 


10.7 


34.0 


158 


9.9 


49.0 


120 


11.9 


39.0 




MALES 


156 


12.3 


46.0 


84 


10.9 


63.0 


72 


14.6 


36.0 




FEMALES 


122 


9.2 


25.0 


74 


9.1 


25.0 


48 


9.4 


39.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


18 


8.8 


10.0 


4 


3.4 


75.0 


14 


16.5 


8.0 




5-14 


5 


0.9 


10.0 


4 


1.5 


4. 


1 


0.4 


45.0 




15-24 


15 


3.0 


8.0 


8 


2.7 


8.0 


7 


3.3 


21.0 




25-34 


8 


2.9 


19.0 


1 


0.5 


90.0 


7 


8.0 


8.0 




35-44 


14 


5.2 


24.0 


7 


3.8 


28.0 


7 


8.3 


38.0 




45-54 


23 


7.5 


68.0 


14 


7.0 


57.0 


9 


8.5 


82.0 




55-64 


40 


15.2 


77.0 


17 


9.7 


98.0 


23 


25.8 


44.0 




65* 


155 


63.8 


25.0 


103 


63.8 


22.0 


52 


63.6 


46.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


167 


60.1 


55.0 


103 


65.2 


26.0 


64 


53.3 


61.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


26 


9.4 


74.0 


18 


11.4 


64.0 


8 


6.7 


70.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


85 


30.6 


31.0 


37 


23.4 


69.0 


48 


,40.0 


23.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


208 


0.4 


58.5 


114 


0.3 


69.0 


94 


0.7 


40.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


180 


86.5 


27.0 


93 


81.6 


36.0 


87 


92.6 


31.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



125 
63 



4.8 
2.4 



95.0 
65.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BRUNSWICK COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



RATE RANK 



25112 


0.5 


59.0 


12*68 


49.6 


13.0 


12644 


50. A 


88.0 


318 


12.7 


7.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



17609 0.<t 61.0 

8906 50.6 6.0 

8703 49.4 95.0 

241 13.7 4.0 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



7503 0.6 55.0 

3562 47.5 70.0 

3941 52.5 31.0 

77 10.3 48.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



544 


21.7 


7.0 


408 


23.2 


2.0 


136 


18.1 


81.0 


296 


11.8 


4.0 


218 


12.4 


1.0 


78 


10.4 


57.0 


248 


9.9 


8.0 


190 


10.8 


3.0 


58 


7.7 


88.0 


540 


99.3 


65.0 


408 


100.0 


26.0 


132 


97.1 


71.0 


3 


0.6 


30.0 





0.0 


69.0 


3 


2.2 


18.0 


1 


0.2 


34.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.7 


25.0 


40 


7.4 


80.0 


30 


7.4 


38.0 


10 


7.4 


87.0 


65 


11.9 


59.0 


13 


3.2 


59.0 


52 


38.2 


43.5 





0.0 


97.5 





0.0 


94.0 





0.0 


96.0 
























17 


30.7 


52.0 


10 


24.3 


63.0 


7 


49.3 


31.0 


9 


16.3 


43.0 


3 


7.3 


85.0 


6 


42.3 


7.0 


7 


77.8 


91.0 


1 


33.3 


92.0 


6 


100.0 


25.5 


2 


22.2 


3.0 


2 


66.7 


1.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


3 


33.3 


19.5 


1 


33.3 


5.5 


2 


33.3 


48.0 


8 


14.7 


62.0 


7 


17.2 


31.0 


1 


7.4 


71.0 


2 


3.7 


78.0 


1 


2.5 


60.0 


1 


7.4 


57.5 


10 


18.4 


79.0 


8 


19.6 


41.0 


2 


14.7 


76.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


226 


9.0 


70.0 


167 


9.5 


59.0 


59 


7.9 


87.0 




MALES 


137 


11.0 


71.0 


107 


12.0 


50.0 


30 


8.4 


89.0 




FEMALES 


89 


7.0 


68.0 


60 


6.9 


69.0 


29 


7.4 


78.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


10 


4.3 


78.0 


8 


5.4 


28.0 


2 


2.5 


82.0 




5-14 


4 


0.8 


19.0 


3 


0.9 


10.5 


1 


0.5 


40.0 




15-24 


7 


1.6 


47.0 


5 


1.7 


32.0 


2 


1.3 


60.0 




25-34 


8 


2.7 


29.0 


7 


3.1 


7.0 


1 


1.4 


80.0 




35-44 


15 


5.6 


18.0 


10 


5.0 


6.0 


5 


7.4 


46.0 




45-54 


27 


9.7 


29.0 


21 


9.8 


10.0 


6 


9.1 


78.0 




55-64 


45 


17.9 


44.0 


32 


17.0 


39.0 


13 


20.8 


67.0 




65 + 


110 


50.8 


90.0 


81 


50.2 


91.0 


29 


52.6 


76.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


125 


55.3 


76.0 


96 


57.5 


73.0 


29 


49.2 


76.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


18 


8.0 


84.0 


14 


8.4 


85.0 


4 


6.8 


67.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


83 


36.7 


8.0 


57 


34.1 


7.0 


26 


44.1 


13.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


144 


0.3 


73.0 


106 


0.3 


72.5 


38 


0.3 


63.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


120 


83.3 


42.5 


86 


81.1 


38.0 


34 


89.5 


45.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



140 
72 



5.6 
2.9 



89.0 
48.0 



♦ SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 197? 
BUNCOMBE COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE OIRTHS 



TOTAL 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



148429 


2.9 


7.0 


135462 


3.4 


6.C 


70395 


47.4 


95.0 


64395 


47.5 


95.0 


78034 


52.6 


6.C 


71067 


52.5 


6.0 


513 


3.5 


85.0 


461 


3.4 


69. C 



WHITE NONWHITE 

* * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



12967 1.1 28.0 

6000 46.3 89.0 

6967 53.7 12.0 

52 4.0 91.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



2096 


14.1 


85.0 


1853 


13.7 


63. C 


243 


18.7 


76, 


.0 


1076 


7.2 


87.0 


953 


7.0 


69. C 


123 


9.5 


76. 


,0 


1020 


6.9 


86.0 


9C0 


6.6 


67.0 


120 


9.3 


77. 


,0 


2093 


99.9 


27. C 


185C 


99.8 


62. C 


243 


100.0 


16, 


.0 


2 


0. 1 


64.0 


2 


0.1 


30. C 





0.0 


77. 


,5 


1 


0.0 


51.0 


1 


0. 1 


23.0 





0.0 


69, 


.0 


169 


8.1 


69.0 


135 


7.3 


39.0 


34 


14.0 


41, 


.0 


208 


9.9 


68.0 


no 


5.9 


13. C 


98 


40.3 


34, 


.0 


2523 


2.8 


8.0 


2261 


3. 7 


6.C 


262 


1.0 


35. 


.0 


2003 


79.4 


55.0 


1770 


78.3 


41. C 


233 


88.9 


41. 


,0 



FETAL S INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



74 


34.8 


35.0 


65 


34.6 


20. C 


9 


36.6 


49.0 


28 


13.2 


66.0 


25 


13.3 


47. C 


3 


12.2 


65.0 


27 


96.4 


67.5 


24 


96.0 


83. C 


3 


100.0 


25.5 


1 


3.6 


19.5 


1 


4.0 


8. 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





CO 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


17.9 


47.0 


2 


8.0 


21. C 


3 


100.0 


4.0 


46 


21.9 


24.0 


40 


21.6 


17.0 


6 


24.7 


30.0 


11 


5.4 


61.0 


9 


5.C 


33. 


2 


8.4 


55.0 


57 


27.2 


30.0 


49 


26.4 


16. C 


8 


32.9 


42.0 



TOTAL 


1583 


10.7 


35.0 


1392 


10.3 


40.0 


191 


14.7 


9.0 


MALES 


871 


12.4 


45.0 


770 


12.0 


51.0 


101 


16.8 


20.0 


FEMALES 
AGE 

0-4 YEARS 


712 


9.1 


29.0 


622 


8.8 


34.0 


90 


12.9 


6.0 


62 


5.6 


51.0 


54 


5.4 


27. C 


8 


7.8 


54.0 


5-14 


11 


0.4 


57.0 


9 


0.4 


50.0 


2 


0.8 


23.0 


15-24 


34 


1.4 


57.0 


32 


1.5 


43. C 


2 


0.8 


71.0 


25-34 


28 


1.5 


80.0 


24 


1.4 


61. C 


4 


3.4 


65.0 


35-44 


61 


3.6 


61.0 


47 


3.0 


54. C 


14 


11.5 


23.0 


45-54 


134 


7.3 


73.0 


112 


6.6 


64.0 


22 


14.9 


46.0 


55-64 


253 


16.2 


67.0 


210 


14.7 


70.0 


43 


32.9 


23.0 


65 + 


1000 


55.5 


75.0 


904 


55.7 


70. C 


96 


54.5 


70.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


825 


52.1 


86.0 


717 


51.5 


94. 


108 


56.5 


42.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


372 


23.5 


1.0 


330 


23.7 


1.0 


42 


22.0 


6.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


386 


24.4 


73.0 


345 


24.8 


56.0 


41 


21.5 


85.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


2059 


4.3 


5.0 


1811 


5.2 


4.0 


248 


2.0 


15.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


1405 


68.2 


82.0 


1223 


67.5 


83.0 


182 


73.4 


79.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1447 
567 



9.7 
3.8 



36.0 
13.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



3- 11 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BURKE COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



62089 


1.2 


24.0 


30118 


48.5 


47.0 


31971 


51.5 


54.0 


564 


9.1 


16.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



57529 1.4 21.0 

27978 48.6 43.0 

29551 51.4 58.0 

520 9.0 8.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



4560 0.4 63.0 

2140 46.9 80.0 

2420 53.1 21.0 

44 9.6 58.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


1055 


17.0 


41.0 


967 


16.8 


18.0 


88 


19.3 


70.0 




MALES 


526 


8.5 


47.0 


481 


8.4 


25.0 


45 


9.9 


73.0 




FEMALES 


529 


8.5 


36.0 


486 


8.4 


12.0 


43 


9.4 


72.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1054 


99.9 


22.0 


966 


99.9 


58.0 


88 


100. 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.1 


41.0 


I 


0.1 


17.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


98 


9.3 


39.0 


89 


9.2 


11.0 


9 


10.2 


76.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


82 


7.8 


77.0 


44 


4.6 


30.0 


38 


43.2 


23.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1235 


1.4 


24.0 


1156 


1.9 


17.0 


79 


0.3 


60.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


845 


68.4 


74.0 


772 


66.8 


65. C 


73 


92.4 


27.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



27 


25.3 


77.0 


25 


25.6 


55.0 


2 


22.2 


77.0 


11 


10.3 


83.0 


9 


9.2 


75.0 


2 


22.2 


40.5 


11 


100.0 


31.5 


9 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


9.1 


64.5 


1 


11.1 


16.0 





0.0 


67.5 


16 


15.2 


55.0 


16 


16.5 


36.0 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


1.9 


87.0 


2 


2.1 


64.0 





0.0 


84.5 


18 


17.1 


86.0 


18 


18.6 


49.0 





0.0 


88.5 



491 


7.9 


91.0 


281 


9.3 


91.0 


210 


6.6 


86.0 


24 


4.8 


67.0 


9 


0.7 


21.0 


20 


1.8 


39.0 


15 


1.7 


74.0 


20 


2.7 


87.0 


55 


7.7 


63.0 


87 


15.1 


78.0 


261 


51.7 


88.0 


295 


60.1 


54.0 


75 


15.3 


13.0 


121 


24.6 


70.0 


752 


1.6 


18.0 


386 


51.3 


96.0 



447 


7.8 


91.0 


258 


9.2 


87.0 


189 


6.4 


83.0 


23 


4.9 


34.0 


7 


0.6 


26.0 


15 


1.5 


44.0 


14 


1.7 


44.0 


18 


2.6 


69. 


48 


7.2 


54.0 


79 


14.7 


69.0 


243 


52.3 


83.0 


272 


60.9 


58.0 


64 


14.3 


35.0 


HI 


24.8 


55.0 


676 


1.9 


12.0 


350 


51.8 


94.0 



44 


9.6 


70.0 


23 


10.7 


76.0 


21 


8.7 


50.0 


1 


2.7 


81.0 


2 


2.0 


5.0 


5 


5.7 


3.0 


1 


1.9 


76.0 


2 


4.1 


77.0 


7 


15.2 


43.0 


8 


19.4 


73.0 


18 


43.8 


89.0 


23 


52.3 


65.0 


11 


25.0 


2.5 


10 


22.7 


80.0 


76 


0.6 


50.5 


36 


47.4 


96.0 



438 
296 



7.1 

4.8 



76.0 
3.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



1? 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CABARRUS COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
. FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNOER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



76090 


1.5 


18.0 


63771 


1.6 


16.0 


12319 


1.0 


33.0 


36496 


48.0 


75.0 


30739 


48.2 


72.0 


5757 


46.7 


84.0 


39594 


52.0 


26.0 


33032 


51.8 


29.0 


6562 


53.3 


17.0 


509 


6.7 


47.0 


389 


6.1 


38. C 


120 


9.7 


54.0 



1196 


15.7 


57.0 


932 


14.6 


50. C 


264 


21.4 


53.0 


597 


7.8 


69.0 


467 


7.3 


57.0 


130 


10.6 


52.0 


599 


7.9 


52.0 


465 


7.3 


43.0 


134 


10.9 


43.0 


1191 


99.6 


51.0 


928 


99.6 


85.0 


263 


99.6 


36.0 


4 


0.3 


42.0 


3 


0.3 


17.0 


1 


0.4 


47.0 


1 


0.1 


42.0 


1 


0.1 


16.0 





0.0 


69.0 


101 


8.4 


58.0 


61 


6.5 


54.0 


40 


15.2 


22.0 


144 


12.0 


58.0 


25 


2.7 


73. C 


119 


45.1 


15.0 


1500 


1.7 


16.0 


1218 


2.0 


14. C 


282 


1.0 


33.0 


1101 


73.4 


70.0 


843 


69.2 


62. C 


258 


91.5 


31.0 



36 


29.7 


59.0 


25 


26.5 


52.0 


11 


40.7 


42.0 


18 


14.8 


53.0 


12 


12.7 


51.0 


6 


22.2 


40.5 


17 


94.4 


72.5 


12 


100.0 


40.5 


5 


83.3 


63.5 


1 


5.6 


15.5 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


16.7 


7.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


4 


22.2 


37.0 


1 


8.3 


19.0 


3 


50.0 


28.0 


18 


15.1 


56.0 


13 


13.9 


51.0 


5 


18.9 


46.5 


4 


3.4 


80.0 


2 


2.2 


63.0 


2 


7.7 


56.0 


22 


18.4 


78.0 


15 


16.1 


64. 


7 


26.5 


58.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


687 


9.0 


69.0 


543 


8.5 


76.0 


144 


11.7 


43.0 




MALES 


405 


11.1 


65.0 


331 


10.8 


66.0 


74 


12.9 


53.0 




FEMALES 


282 


7. 1 


63.0 


212 


6.4 


82.0 


70 


10.7 


23.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


27 


4.6 


72.0 


20 


4.2 


53.0 


7 


6.0 


69.0 




5-14 


1 


0.1 


90.0 


1 


0.1 


75.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


19 


1.4 


56.0 


12 


1.2 


62.0 


7 


2.3 


34.0 




25-34 


15 


1.7 


76.0 


9 


1.2 


77.0 


6 


4.9 


41.0 




35-44 


26 


2.9 


84.0 


18 


2.3 


78. C 


8 


7.5 


45.0 




45-54 


92 


9.5 


31.0 


67 


7.8 


40.0 


25 


22.6 


9.0 




55-64 


133 


15.7 


74.0 


105 


14.0 


77.0 


28 


28.0 


37.0 




65 + 


374 


55.0 


78.0 


311 


52.3 


84.0 


63 


73.5 


23.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


502 


73.1 


7.0 


399 


73.5 


6.C 


103 


71.5 


12.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


69 


10.0 


70.0 


57 


10.5 


74.0 


12 


8.3 


57.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


116 


16.9 


96.0 


87 


16.0 


98.0 


29 


20.1 


87.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


681 


1.4 


23.0 


554 


1.6 


16.0 


127 


1.0 


33.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


551 


80.9 


48.0 


428 


77.3 


51.0 


123 


96.9 


17.0 



THER EVENTS 

r. MARRIAGES 560 7.4 71.0 

I. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 244 3.2 34.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 

3- 13 



10. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CALDWELL COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



58306 


1.1 


28.0 


28362 


48.6 


39.0 


29944 


51.4 


62.0 


559 


9.6 


12.0 



54643 1.4 22.0 

26651 48.8 37.0 

27992 51.2 64.0 

525 9.6 6.C 



ETAL I INFANT 
MORTALITY 

i. PERINATAL DEATHS 
J. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



3663 0.3 67.0 

1711 46.7 85.0 

1952 53.3 16.0 

34 9.3 65.0 



TOTAL 


1073 


18.4 


21.0 


992 


18.2 


6.C 


81 


22.1 


43.0 


MALES 


560 


9.6 


20.0 


520 


9.5 


7.0 


40 


10.9 


48.0 


FEMALES 


513 


8.8 


24.0 


472 


8.6 


9.0 


41 


11.2 


37.0 


ATTENDANT 




















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1072 


99.9 


21.0 


992 


1C0.0 


26. C 


80 


98.8 


58.0 


PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


65.0 





0.0 


69. 


1 


1.2 


29.0 


MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


87 


8.1 


68.0 


76 


7. 7 


28.0 


11 


13.6 


47.0 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


93 


8.7 


75.0 


64 


6.5 


9.0 


29 


35.8 


53.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


761 


0.9 


38.0 


674 


1.1 


29.0 


87 


0.3 


58.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


711 


93.4 


14.0 


636 


94.4 


7.0 


75 


86.2 


50.0 



40 


36.7 


29.0 


37 


36.7 


15.0 


3 


37.0 


48.0 


17 


15.6 


49.0 


17 


16.8 


28.0 





0.0 


86.5 


16 


94.1 


74.0 


16 


94.1 


85.0 









1 


5.9 


14.0 


1 


5.9 


7.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









23 


21.4 


26.0 


20 


20.2 


20.0 


3 


37.0 


10.0 


5 


4.8 


67.0 


5 


5.1 


32.0 





0.0 


84.5 


28 


26.1 


36.0 


25 


25.2 


18.0 


3 


37.0 


30.0 



TOTAL 


514 


8.8 


74.0 


467 


8.5 


75.0 


47 


12.8 


25.0 


MALES 


303 


10.7 


76.0 


273 


10.2 


73.0 


30 


17.5 


13.0 


FEMALES 


211 


7.0 


67.0 


194 


6.9 


67. 


17 


8.7 


49.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


31 


5.6 


53.0 


28 


5.4 


24.0 


3 


7.0 


63.0 


5-14 


7 


0.6 


34.0 


7 


0.6 


25.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


13 


1.3 


62.0 


13 


1.4 


51.0 





0.0 


87.5 


25-34 


15 


1.8 


71.0 


14 


1.8 


40.0 


1 


2.5 


72.0 


35-44 


30 


4.3 


40.0 


25 


3.8 


30.0 


5 


13.6 


14.0 


45-54 


52 


8.3 


54.0 


45 


7.6 


43.0 


7 


19.1 


19.0 


55-64 


81 


16.6 


64.0 


71 


15.4 


61.0 


10 


36.9 


14.0 


65 + 


285 


68.8 


8.0 


264 


67.7 


16.0 


21 


87.5 


6.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


349 


67.9 


15.0 


317 


67.9 


17.0 


32 


68.1 


17.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


44 


8.6 


78.0 


40 


8.6 


83.0 


4 


8.5 


54.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


121 


23.5 


78.0 


110 


23.6 


65.0 


11 


23.4 


79.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


357 


0.8 


44.0 


316 


0.9 


37.0 


41 


0.3 


62.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


331 


92.7 


6.0 


294 


93.0 


7.0 


37 


90.2 


42.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



505 
188 



8.7 
3.2 



50.0 
32.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CAMDEN COUNTY 



>OPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

. I V E BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



5423 0.1 98.0 

2594 47.8 80.0 

2829 52.2 21.0 

8 1.5 96.0 



WHITE NONWHITE 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



3469 0.1 98.0 

1668 48.1 75.0 

1801 51.9 26.0 

1 0.3 87.0 



1954 0.2 79.0 

926 47.4 72.0 

1028 52.6 29.0 

7 3.6 92.0 



74 


13.6 


92.0 


46 


13.3 


76. C 


28 


14.3 


94.0 


45 


8.3 


53.0 


27 


7.8 


38.0 


18 


9.2 


79.0 


29 


5.3 


99.0 


19 


5.5 


93.0 


10 


5.1 


96.0 


71 


95.9 


88.0 


46 


1C0.0 


26. C 


25 


89.3 


89.0 


1 


1.4 


12.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


3.6 


8.5 


2 


2.7 


12.0 





0.0 


63.0 


2 


7.1 


10.0 


5 


6.8 


89.0 


3 


6.5 


55.0 


2 


7.1 


88.0 


5 


6.8 


81.0 





0.0 


99.0 


5 


17.9 


89.0 


2 


0.0 


90.0 





0.0 


94.0 


2 


0.0 


87.5 


2 


100.0 


4.5 









2 


100.0 


6.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 






0.0 


100.0 





0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


89.5 





0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


96.5 





0.0 


86.5 

























































































0.0 


98.0 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


96.5 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


66 


12.2 


12.0 


45 


13.0 


10.0 


21 


10.7 


54.0 




MALES 


37 


14.3 


20.0 


28 


16.8 


6.0 


9 


9.7 


84.0 




FEMALES 


29 


10.3 


11.0 


17 


9.4 


21.0 


12 


11.7 


12.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 





0.0 


99.5 





0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


2 


2.3 


20.0 


1 


2.2 


20.0 


1 


2.4 


31.0 




25-34 


1 


1.7 


75.0 


1 


2.3 


16.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


2 


3.6 


60.0 


2 


5.4 


3.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


7 


11.2 


13.0 


4 


8.8 


21.0 


3 


17.9 


23.0 




55-64 


17 


31.7 


1.0 


10 


26.0 


2.0 


7 


46.1 


8.0 




65* 


37 


60.8 


41.0 


27 


62.2 


29.0 


10 


57.1 


61.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


51 


77.3 


1.0 


35 


77.8 


2.0 


16 


76.2 


9.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


2 


3.0 


100.0 


1 


2.2 


100.0 


1 


4.8 


79.0 




HOMF OR NON-INSTITUTION 


13 


19.7 


92.0 


9 


20.0 


87.0 


4 


19.0 


91.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


10 


0.0 


100.0 


6 


0.0 


100.0 


4 


0.0 


89.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


10 


100.0 


1.0 


6 


1C0.0 


1.0 


4 


100.0 


8.5 



THEK EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



140 
11 



25.8 
2.0 



6.0 
77.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



3- 15 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CARTERET COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

• * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



32534 0.6 

16010 49.2 

16524 50.8 

237 7.3 



50.0 28893 0.7 43.0 

24.0 14236 49.3 21.0 

77.0 14657 50.7 80.0 

36.0 191 6.6 29.0 



3641 0.3 68.0 

1774 48.7 32.0 

1867 51.3 69.0 

46 12.6 31.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


567 


17.4 


38.0 


479 


16.6 


21.0 


88 


24.2 


27.0 




MALES 


295 


9.1 


36.0 


254 


8.8 


18.0 


41 


11.3 


43.0 




FEMALES 


272 


8.4 


38.0 


225 


7.8 


30.0 


47 


12.9 


20.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


565 


99.6 


47.0 


477 


99.6 


84.0 


88 


100.0 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


2 


0.4 


40.0 


2 


0.4 


11.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


36 


6.3 


92.0 


29 


6. 1 


66.0 


7 


8.0 


86.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


58 


10.2 


67.0 


25 


5.2 


20.0 


33 


37.5 


47.5 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


500 


0.6 


51.0 


374 


0.6 


48.0 


126 


0.5 


53.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


414 


82.8 


48.0 


337 


90.1 


18.0 


77 


61.1 


81.0 



FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSINEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



9 


15.7 


96.0 


9 


18.6 


86. 





0.0 


89.5 


5 


8.7 


90.0 


5 


10.3 


67. 





0.0 


86.5 


5 


100.0 


31.5 


5 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





O.O 


61.5 









4 


7.1 


91.0 


4 


8.4 


81.0 





0.0 


86.0 


6 


10.7 


15.0 


4 


8.4 


11.0 


2 


22.7 


10.0 





17.6 


83.0 


8 


16.7 


58.0 


2 


22.7 


66.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


330 


10.1 


50.0 


288 


10.0 


48.0 


42 


11.5 


45.0 




MALES 


187 


11.7 


55.0 


164 


11.5 


53.0 


23 


13.0 


49.0 




FEMALES 


143 


8.7 


38.0 


124 


8.5 


39.0 


19 


10.2 


27.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


12 


4.8 


68.0 


10 


4.6 


40. C 


2 


5.9 


71.0 




5-14 


2 


0.3 


71.0 


1 


0.2 


69.0 


1 


1.1 


15.0 




15-24 


8 


1.3 


61.0 


5 


1.0 


73.0 


3 


3.9 


12.0 




25-34 


9 


2.2 


49.0 


7 


1.9 


30.0 


2 


5.2 


31.0 




35-44 


11 


3.0 


83.0 


8 


2.4 


72.0 


3 


8.1 


40.0 




45-54 


29 


7.6 


66.0 


28 


8.0 


36.0 


1 


3.0 


91.0 




55-64 


67 


21.5 


18.0 


59 


20.8 


14.0 


8 


28.2 


36.0 




65* 


192 


62.2 


32.0 


170 


60.0 


41.0 


22 


86.6 


7.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


203 


61.5 


43.0 


177 


61.5 


50.0 


26 


61.9 


32.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


40 


12.1 


48.0 


36 


12.5 


54.0 


4 


9.5 


43.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


87 


26.4 


56.0 


75 


26.0 


43.0 


12 


28.6 


63.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


351 


0.7 


46.0 


313 


0.9 


38.0 


38 


0.3 


63.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


287 


81.8 


46.0 


252 


80.5 


41.0 


35 


92.1 


34.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



1 7. 
1 8. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



407 12.5 
88 2.7 



14.0 
56.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CASWELL COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANI 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8- PERINATAL DEATHS 
9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



18862 


0.4 


74.0 


9792 


0. 


,2 


81. 


C 


9327 


49. A 


16.0 


4834 


49. 


,4 


18. 


,0 


9535 


50.6 


85.0 


4958 


50. 


.6 


83. 


,0 


95 


5.0 


73.0 


19 


1. 


,9 


79. 






N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9070 0.8 50.0 

4493 49.5 17.0 

4577 50.5 84.0 

76 8.4 73.0 



266 


14.1 


86.0 


127 


13.0 


83.0 


139 


15.3 


90.0 


121 


6.4 


94.0 


53 


5.4 


95.0 


68 


7.5 


91.0 


145 


7.7 


60.0 


74 


7.6 


35.0 


71 


7.8 


86.0 


262 


98.5 


76.0 


127 


1C0.0 


26. C 


135 


97.1 


69.0 


4 


1.5 


10.0 





0.0 


69.0 


4 


2.9 


15.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


30 


11.3 


13.0 


6 


4.7 


88.0 


24 


17.3 


12.0 


37 


13.9 


47.0 


4 


3.1 


62. 


33 


23.7 


83.0 


2 


0.0 


90.0 





0.0 


94.0 


2 


0.0 


87.5 


2 


100.0 


4.5 









2 


100.0 


6.0 



8 


29.3 


64.0 


3 


23.1 


71.0 


5 


35.0 


52.0 


7 


25.6 


11.0 


3 


23. 1 


14. C 


4 


28.0 


24.0 


7 


100.0 


31.5 


3 


100.0 


40.5 


4 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51. C 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


28.6 


26.0 


1 


33.3 


5.5 


1 


25.0 


55.0 


1 


3.8 


95.0 





0.0 


95.5 


1 


7.2 


72.0 


4 


15.1 


8.0 





0.0 


84.0 


4 


29.0 


7.0 


5 


18.8 


75.0 





0.0 


96.5 


5 


36.0 


31.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


171 


9.1 


66.0 


108 


11.0 


27.0 


63 


6.9 


95.0 




MALES 


106 


11.4 


63.0 


62 


12.8 


35.0 


44 


9.8 


81.0 




FEMALES 


65 


6.8 


76.0 


46 


9.3 


23.0 


19 


4.2 


95.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


3.9 


86.0 


1 


1.5 


94. C 


5 


6.0 


68.0 




5-14 


3 


0.8 


20.0 


3 


1.7 


2.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


4 


1.1 


71.0 





0.0 


97.0 


4 


2.0 


48.0 




25-34 


10 


4.3 


4.0 


4 


3.2 


4.0 


6 


5.6 


28.0 




35-44 


7 


3.7 


56.0 


5 


4.6 


14.0 


2 


2.4 


83.0 




45-54 


17 


7.9 


61.0 


10 


7.9 


38.0 


7 


7.8 


85.0 




55-64 


25 


16.3 


66.0 


17 


17.5 


33.0 


8 


14.1 


86.0 




65 + 


99 


55.6 


72.0 


68 


58.9 


45.0 


31 


49.4 


82.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


77 


45.0 


100.0 


57 


52.8 


89.0 


20 


31.7 


97.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


19 


11.1 


63.0 


15 


13.9 


41.0 


4 


6.3 


73.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


75 


43.9 


1.0 


36 


33.3 


9.0 


39 


f>1.9 


2.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


72 


0.2 


86.0 


37 


0.1 


90.0 


35 


0.3 


65.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


64 


88.9 


23.0 


31 


83.8 


33.0 


33 


94.3 


24.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



218 
40 



11.6 
2.1 



20.0 
74.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CATAWBA COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALI TY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



94849 1.8 12.0 

45805 48.3 55.0 

49044 51.7 46.0 

880 9.3 14.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



86528 2.2 11.0 

41844 48.4 62.0 

44684 51.6 39.0 

719 8.3 13.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8321 


0.7 


53.0 


3961 


47.6 


67.0 


4360 


52.4 


34.0 


161 


19.3 


9.0 



1656 


17.5 


37.0 


1406 


16.2 


29.0 


250 


30.0 


11.0 


816 


8.6 


44.0 


696 


8.0 


33.0 


120 


14.4 


10.0 


840 


8.9 


22.0 


710 


8.2 


17.0 


130 


15.6 


9.0 


1655 


99.9 


19.0 


1406 


100.0 


26.0 


249 


99.6 


37.5 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 


1 


0.1 


48.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.4 


34.0 


154 


9.3 


38.0 


115 


8.2 


19.0 


39 


15.6 


19.0 


160 


9.7 


71.0 


56 


4.0 


43.0 


104 


41.6 


29.0 


2011 


2.3 


12.0 


1751 


2.8 


9.0 


260 


0.9 


36.0 


1483 


73.7 


69.0 


1242 


70.9 


58.0 


241 


92.7 


26.0 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YRI 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



50 


29.9 


58.0 


43 


30.2 


36.0 


7 


27.9 


71.0 


19 


11.3 


77.0 


18 


12.6 


52.0 


1 


4.0 


75.0 


19 


100.0 


31.5 


18 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


10.5 


59.5 


1 


5.6 


24.0 


1 


100.0 


4.0 


31 


18.7 


39.0 


25 


17.8 


29.0 


6 


24.0 


31.0 


10 


6.2 


48.0 


6 


4.3 


39.0 


4 


16.4 


24.0 


41 


24.8 


41.0 


31 


22.0 


30.0 


10 


40.0 


25.0 



TOTAL 


776 


8.2 


89.0 


687 


7.9 


86.0 


89 


10.7 


55.0 


MALES 


432 


9.4 


90.0 


386 


9.2 


86.0 


46 


11.6 


71.0 


FEMALES 


344 


7.0 


70.0 


301 


6.7 


72.0 


43 


9.9 


33.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


48 


5.9 


46.0 


38 


5.3 


29.0 


10 


10.5 


35.0 


5-14 


6 


0.3 


69.0 


5 


0.3 


68.0 


1 


0.5 


42.0 


15-24 


36 


2.1 


28.0 


31 


2.0 


27.0 


5 


2.9 


22.0 


25-34 


20 


1.5 


79.0 


15 


1.2 


74.0 


5 


5.0 


38.0 


35-44 


31 


2.6 


88.0 


26 


2.4 


74.0 


5 


6.1 


61.0 


45-54 


78 


7.0 


80.0 


68 


6.5 


68. 


10 


14.2 


52.0 


55-64 


116 


13.8 


86.0 


102 


13.0 


83.0 


14 


23.7 


56.0 


65* 


441 


64.5 


22.0 


402 


63.5 


25.0 


39 


75.9 


16.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


437 


56.3 


69.0 


389 


56.6 


79.0 


48 


53.9 


56.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


95 


12.2 


47.0 


87 


12.7 


50.0 


8 


9.0 


49.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


244 


31.4 


25.0 


211 


30.7 


16. 


33 


37.1 


34.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


796 


1.7 


16.0 


709 


2.0 


10.0 


87 


0.7 


45.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


626 


78.6 


55.0 


547 


77.2 


52.0 


79 


90.8 


39.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



739 
404 



7.8 
4.3 



68.0 
7.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CHATHAM COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * ♦ 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



30179 0.6 53.0 

14874 49.3 22.0 

15305 50.7 79.0 

137 4.5 78.0 



21037 0.5 54. C 

10385 49.4 19.0 

10652 50.6 82. C 

54 2.6 76.0 



9142 0.8 49.0 

4489 49.1 26.0 

4653 50.9 75.0 

83 9.1 69.0 



425 


14.1 


87.0 


269 


12.8 


88.0 


156 


17.1 


84.0 


210 


7.0 


92.0 


132 


6.3 


85.0 


78 


8.5 


82.0 


215 


7.1 


77.0 


137 


6.5 


72.0 


78 


8.5 


84.0 


422 


99.3 


63.0 


269 


1C0.0 


26. C 


153 


98. 1 


64.0 


2 


0.5 


33.0 





0.0 


69.0 


2 


1.3 


27.0 


1 


0.2 


32.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.6 


27.0 


45 


10.6 


19.0 


25 


9.3 


9.0 


20 


12.8 


57.0 


61 


14.4 


46.0 


10 


3. 7 


50. C 


51 


32.7 


66.0 


19B 


0.2 


71.0 


151 


0.2 


67. C 


47 


0.2 


65.0 


157 


79.3 


57.0 


118 


78.1 


42.0 


39 


83.0 


63.0 



FETAL £ 
M K T < 



I N F A 
L I T Y 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



12 


27.7 


70.0 


10 


36.2 


17.0 


2 


12.7 


81.0 


8 


ia.5 


33.0 


7 


25.4 


8. 


1 


6.4 


73.0 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


7 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


12.5 


57.5 


1 


14. 3 


11.5 





0.0 


67.5 


4 


9.4 


83.0 


3 


11.2 


64. 


1 


6.4 


74.0 


3 


7. 1 


38.0 


1 


3.8 


45.0 


2 


12.9 


35.0 


7 


16.5 


88.0 


4 


14.9 


69. 


3 


19.2 


72.0 



TOTAL 


288 


9.5 


61.0 


215 


10.2 


43.0 


73 


8.0 


86.0 


MALES 


179 


12.0 


50.0 


136 


13.1 


29.0 


43 


9.6 


85.0 


FEMALES 


109 


7.1 


64.0 


79 


7.4 


57.0 


30 


6.4 


85.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


9 


3.6 


91.0 


6 


3.8 


63.0 


3 


3.3 


80.0 


5-14 


3 


0.5 


41.0 


3 


0.8 


15.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


11 


2.0 


31.0 


9 


2.5 


13.0 


2 


1.0 


68.0 


25-34 


12 


3.2 


16.0 


5 


1.8 


36.0 


7 


6.8 


21.0 


35-44 


6 


1.8 


94.0 


4 


1.7 


90.0 


2 


2.1 


84.0 


45-54 


33 


9.0 


42.0 


23 


8.4 


30.0 


10 


11.1 


70.0 


55-64 


51 


18.2 


38.0 


39 


18.2 


28.0 


12 


18.3 


79.0 


65 + 


163 


56.9 


67.0 


126 


56.5 


65.0 


37 


58.2 


60.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


147 


51.0 


89.0 


112 


52. 1 


93.0 


35 


47.9 


82.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


31 


10.8 


66.0 


25 


11.6 


61.0 


6 


8.2 


59.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


110 


38.2 


6.0 


78 


36.3 


4.0 


32 


43.8 


15.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


204 


0.4 


60.0 


159 


0.5 


58.0 


45 


0.4 


60.5 


TO RESIDENTS 


171 


83.8 


39.0 


128 


80.5 


42.0 


43 


95.6 


21.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



188 
91 



6.2 
3.0 



83.0 
39.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 19 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CHEROKEE COUNTY 



ITEM 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



16325 0.3 77.0 

7872 48.2 58.0 

8453 51.8 43.0 

71 4.3 81.0 



15867 0.4 67.0 

7667 48.3 67.0 

8200 51.7 34.0 

61 3.8 65.0 



458 0.0 90.0 

205 44.8 98.0 

253 55.2 3.0 

10 21.8 6.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



249 


15.3 


68.0 


235 


14.8 


46.0 


14 


30.6 


8.0 


126 


7.7 


73.0 


121 


7.6 


46.0 


5 


10.9 


49.0 


123 


7.5 


68.0 


114 


7.2 


48.0 


9 


19.7 


2.0 


248 


99.6 


50.0 


235 


1C0.0 


26.0 


13 


92.9 


84.0 


1 


0.4 


37.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


7.1 


4.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


9 


3.6 


99.0 


7 


3.0 


95. 


2 


14.3 


36.0 


16 


6.4 


82.0 


13 


5.5 


16.0 


3 


21.4 


85.0 


129 


0.1 


76.0 


117 


0.2 


71.0 


12 


0.0 


75.5 


107 


82.9 


46.0 


95 


81.2 


37.0 


12 


100.0 


6.0 



FETAL 

M R 



£ INFANT 
T A L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT OEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



6 


23.9 


81.0 


6 


25.3 


58.0 





0.0 


89.5 


2 


8.0 


91.0 


2 


8.4 


81.0 





0.0 


86.5 


2 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









4 


16.1 


47.5 


4 


17.0 


33.0 





0.0 


86.0 


1 


4.1 


75.5 


1 


4.3 


40.0 





0.0 


84.5 


5 


20.1 


65.5 


5 


21.3 


34.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


178 


10.9 


29.0 


174 


11.0 


28.0 


4 


8.7 


81.0 




MALES 


104 


13.2 


32.0 


102 


13.3 


27.0 


2 


9.8 


83.0 




FEMALES 


74 


8.8 


36.0 


72 


8.8 


31.0 


2 


7.9 


66.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


5 


3.8 


87.0 


5 


4.0 


61.0 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


2 


0.7 


26.0 


2 


0.7 


21.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


2 


0.8 


91.0 


2 


0.8 


82.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


0.5 


96.0 


1 


0.5 


91.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


9 


5.1 


27.0 


8 


4.6 


12.5 


1 


25.6 


1.0 




45-54 


11 


5.8 


92.0 


11 


5.9 


78.0 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


31 


17.2 


55.0 


31 


17.5 


34.0 





0.0 


98.0 




65* 


117 


58.6 


55.0 


114 


58.3 


51.0 


3 


78.9 


11.5 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


122 


68.5 


13.0 


120 


69.0 


16.0 


2 


50.0 


72.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


7.3 


90.0 


13 


7.5 


89.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


43 


24.2 


74.5 


41 


23.6 


64.0 


2 


50.0 


6.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


145 


0.3 


71.5 


141 


0.4 


64.0 


4 


0.0 


89.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


118 


81.4 


47.0 


114 


80.9 


39.0 


4 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



424 
31 



26.0 
1.9 



5.0 
81.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

CHOWAN COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



105'.'. 0.2 87.0 

5160 48.9 32.0 

5384 51.1 69.0 

44 4.2 82.0 



WHITE NONWHITE 

* * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



6216 0.2 91. C 

3031 48.8 38.0 

3185 51.2 63.0 

21 3.4 70. C 



4328 0.4 65.0 

2129 49.2 24.0 

2199 50.8 77.0 

23 5.3 88.0 



TOTAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 

PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 

MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
PREMATURE BIRTHS 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



164 


15.6 


64.0 


84 


B.O 


63.0 


80 


7.6 


64.0 


164 


100.0 


9.5 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


77.0 


17 


10.4 


24.0 


33 


20.1 


25.0 


349 


0.4 


59.0 


150 


43.0 


93.0 



84 


13.5 


68. 





43 


6.9 


74. 


c 


41 


6.6 


69. 


,0 


84 


1C0.C 


26. 


,0 





0.0 


69. 


,0 





o.c 


63. 





6 


7. 1 


44. 





3 


3.6 


52. 


,5 


157 


0.3 


66. 


C 


73 


46.5 


83. 






80 


18.5 


78.0 


41 


9.5 


77.0 


39 


9.0 


79.0 


80 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


69.0 


11 


13.7 


45.0 


30 


37.5 


47.5 


192 


0.7 


43.5 


77 


40.1 


88.0 



e t a 

M 



R T A 



I N F 
L I T 



ANT 



b. PERINATAL DEATHS 
9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSIC IAN IN HGSP1 TAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFA4T DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



1 


6. 1 


99.0 


1 


11.9 


94.0 





0.0 


89.5 





0.0 


98.5 





CO 


96. 5 





0.0 


86.5 






















































































1 


6.1 


92.0 


1 


11.9 


60. 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84. C 





0.0 


84.5 


1 


6.1 


96.0 


1 


11.9 


82. 5 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


120 


11.4 


26.0 


63 


10.1 


44.0 


57 


13.2 


18.0 




MALES 


57 


11. 


69.0 


25 


8.2 


93. C 


32 


15.0 


30.0 




FEMALES 


63 


11.7 


5.0 


38 


11.9 


6.C 


25 


11.4 


18.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


1 


1.6 


97.0 


1 


2.8 


82. 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


1 


0.5 


50.0 





0.0 


88. C 


1 


0.9 


20.0 




15-24 


2 


1.0 


77.0 





0.0 


97. 


2 


2.0 


46.0 




25-34 


7 


7.0 


1.0 


2 


2.9 


10.0 


5 


16.4 


2.0 




35-44 


9 


7.8 


4.0 


3 


4.1 


23.0 


6 


14.2 


11.0 




45-54 


9 


6.9 


81.0 


2 


2.4 


99.0 


7 


14.9 


47.0 




55-64 


16 


14.7 


81.0 


10 


14.1 


74.0 


6 


15.6 


85.0 




65 + 


75 


64.2 


23.0 


45 


57.8 


59.0 


30 


76.9 


15.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


84 


70.0 


11.0 


44 


69.8 


14.0 


40 


70.2 


14.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


8 


6.7 


94.5 


5 


7.9 


87. 


3 


5.3 


77.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


28 


23.3 


80.0 


14 


22.2 


74.0 


14 


24.6 


76.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


152 


0.3 


70.0 


30 


0.2 


81.0 


72 


0.6 


54.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


98 


64.5 


90.0 


49 


61.2 


91.0 


49 


68.1 


86.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



113 
29 



10.7 
2.8 



24.0 
52.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS ISECTION VIII). 



3- 21 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CLAY COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



T A 
M 



£ INFANT 
T A L I T Y 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



5105 


0.1 


99.0 


5054 


0.1 


95. C 


51 


0.0 


99.0 


2457 


48.1 


66.0 


2428 


48.0 


77.0 


29 


56.9 


5.0 


2648 


51.9 


35.0 


2626 


52.0 


24.0 


22 


43.1 


96.0 


8 


1.6 


95.0 


8 


1.6 


83. C 





0.0 


95.0 



70 


13.7 


91.0 


70 


13.9 


60. 





0.0 


99.0 


36 


7.1 


90.0 


36 


7. 1 


64.0 





0.0 


99.0 


34 


6.7 


90.0 


34 


6.7 


62.0 





0.0 


99.0 


70 


100.0 


9.5 


70 


1C0.0 


26.0 












0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 












0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 












0.0 


100.0 





0.0 


99.5 









2 


2.9 


100.0 


2 


2.9 


67. 












0.0 


97.5 





0.0 


94. 





0.0 


96.0 
























4 


55.6 


4.0 


4 


55.6 


3.5 





2 


27.8 


6.0 


2 


27.8 


2.0 





2 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 








0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 








0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 








0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





2 


28.6 


6.0 


2 


28.6 


5.0 








0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





2 


28.6 


22.0 


2 


28.6 


12.0 






13. 


TOTAL 


62 


12.1 


13.0 


62 


12.3 


15.0 





0.0 


99.5 




MALES 


34 


13.8 


24.0 


34 


14.0 


21.0 





0.0 


99.0 




FEMALES 


28 


10.6 


9.0 


28 


10.7 


13.0 





0.0 


98.5 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


2 


6.0 


43.0 


2 


6.2 


14. 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


2 


2.5 


16.0 


2 


2.5 


14.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


97.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


1 


2.0 


93.0 


1 


2.0 


87.0 











45-54 


5 


7.4 


70.0 


5 


7.6 


45.0 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


11 


17.6 


48.0 


11 


17.7 


31.0 





0.0 


98.0 




65 + 


41 


55.6 


73.5 


41 


55.9 


68.0 





0.0 


98.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


38 


61.3 


47.0 


38 


61.3 


54. 











OTHER INSTITUTION 


7 


11.3 


61.0 


7 


11.3 


66. 











HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


17 


27.4 


49.0 


17 


27.4 


34.0 









16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


19 


0.0 


99.0 


19 


0.1 


96.0 





0.0 


99.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


15 


78.9 


54.0 


15 


78.9 


46.0 










OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



49 
3 



9.6 40.0 
0.6 100.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CLEVELAND COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



74021 


1.4 


21.0 


35933 


48.5 


43.0 


38088 


51.5 


58.0 


601 


8.1 


23.0 



59012 1.5 18.0 

28791 48.8 36.0 

30221 51.2 65.0 

371 6.3 36.0 



15009 1.3 21.0 

7142 47.6 68.0 

7867 52.4 33.0 

230 15.3 19.0 



TOTAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 

PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 

MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
PREMATURE BIRTHS 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



1313 


17.7 


32.0 


916 


15.5 


32.0 


397 


26.5 


16.0 


662 


8.9 


39.0 


453 


7.7 


43. C 


209 


13.9 


15.0 


651 


8.8 


25.0 


463 


7.8 


29.0 


188 


12.5 


24.0 


1307 


99.5 


54.0 


914 


99.8 


70.0 


393 


99.0 


51.0 


2 


0.2 


53.0 


1 


0.1 


29.0 


1 


0.3 


55.0 


4 


0.3 


27.0 


1 


0.1 


15.0 


3 


0.8 


24.0 


144 


11.0 


14.0 


81 


8.8 


13.0 


63 


15.9 


17.0 


213 


16.2 


39.0 


40 


4.4 


35.0 


173 


43.6 


21.0 


1894 


2.1 


13.0 


1412 


2.3 


12.0 


482 


1.8 


17.0 


1258 


66.4 


78.0 


867 


61.4 


74.0 


391 


81.1 


65.0 



FtTAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



57 


42.7 


13.0 


29 


31.4 


29.0 


28 


68. 1 


8.0 


22 


16.5 


41.0 


8 


8. 7 


79.0 


14 


34.1 


12.0 


22 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


14 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


7 


31.8 


22.0 


1 


12.5 


13.5 


6 


42.9 


36.0 


35 


26.7 


7.0 


21 


22.9 


14.0 


14 


35.3 


12.0 


15 


11.7 


11.0 


8 


8.9 


10.0 


7 


18.3 


16.0 


50 


38.1 


5.0 


29 


31.7 


6.C 


21 


52.9 


13.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


712 


9.6 


59.0 


545 


9.2 


65.0 


167 


11.1 


49.0 




M^LES 


398 


11.1 


66.0 


310 


10.8 


67.0 


88 


12.3 


61.0 




FEMALES 


314 


8.2 


46.0 


235 


7.8 


54. 


79 


10.0 


31.0 


14. 


AGE 






















O-'t YEARS 


54 


8.2 


14.0 


32 


6.7 


11. C 


22 


12.3 


23.0 




5-14 


5 


0.3 


68.0 


4 


0.4 


51.0 


1 


0.3 


57.0 




15-24 


22 


1.6 


45.0 


10 


1.0 


72.0 


12 


3.8 


13.0 




25-34 


25 


2.6 


32.0 


12 


1.5 


53.0 


13 


7.6 


14.0 




35-44 


35 


4.2 


41.0 


22 


3.1 


46.0 


13 


10.6 


26.0 




45-54 


73 


8.8 


47.0 


56 


8.0 


34. 


17 


13.0 


60.0 




55-64 


116 


17.2 


57.0 


97 


16.8 


42.0 


19 


19.6 


71.0 




65 + 


382 


60.3 


47.0 


312 


57.7 


60. 


70 


75.4 


19.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


447 


62.8 


35.0 


340 


62.4 


44.0 


107 


64.1 


27.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


93 


13.1 


43.0 


76 


13.9 


38. C 


17 


10.2 


40.0 




HOMF OR NON-INSTITUTION 


172 


24.2 


74.5 


129 


23.7 


62.0 


43 


25.7 


70.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


801 


1.7 


15.0 


631 


1.8 


13.0 


170 


1.3 


24.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


602 


75.2 


70.0 


451 


71.5 


71.0 


151 


88.8 


47.0 



THE-* EVENTS 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES ANO ANNULMENTS 



385 
217 



5.2 
2.9 



90.0 
44.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

COLUMBUS COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



46480 0.9 38.0 

22535 48.5 49.0 

23945 51.5 52.0 

294 6.3 54.0 



32053 0.8 39.0 

15642 48.8 35.0 

16411 51.2 66.0 

143 4.5 59.0 



548 


11.8 


16.0 


332 


14.7 


12.0 


216 


9.0 


32.0 


28 


7.8 


19.0 


7 


0.7 


23.0 


24 


2.8 


10.0 


11 


2.1 


58.0 


32 


6.2 


14.0 


75 


14.0 


2.0 


108 


23.2 


15.0 


26 3 


66.2 


16.0 


3 30 


60.2 


52.0 


54 


9.9 


71.0 


164 


29.9 


34.0 


415 


0.9 


35.5 


377 


90.8 


13.0 



354 11.0 26.0 
215 13.7 25.0 
139 8.5 37.0 



11 


4.6 


39. C 


3 


0.5 


40.0 


12 


2.1 


22. 


6 


1.5 


57.0 


16 


4.1 


24. C 


39 


10.1 


9.0 


68 


20.8 


16.0 


199 


70.5 


11. 


215 


60.7 


59.0 


41 


11.6 


62.0 


98 


27.7 


32.0 


267 


0.8 


44.0 


239 


89.5 


17.0 



14427 1.2 24.0 

6893 47.8 59.0 

7534 52.2 42.0 

151 10.5 47.0 



842 


18.1 


26.0 


497 


15.5 


34.0 


345 


23.9 


29.0 


431 


9.3 


26.0 


258 


8.0 


32.0 


173 


12.0 


34.0 


411 


B.8 


23.0 


239 


7.5 


37.0 


172 


11.9 


28.0 


792 


94.1 


93.0 


492 


99.0 


97.0 


300 


87.0 


90.0 


7 


0.8 


23.0 


1 


0.2 


22.0 


6 


1.7 


23.0 


43 


5.1 


7.0 


4 


0.8 


4.0 


39 


11.3 


6.0 


88 


10.5 


20.0 


32 


6.4 


57.0 


56 


16.2 


15.0 


168 


20.0 


26.0 


22 


4.4 


32.0 


146 


42.3 


28.0 


638 


0.7 


47.0 


300 


0.5 


52.0 


338 


1.2 


25.0 


524 


82.1 


51.0 


230 


76.7 


48.0 


294 


87.0 


48.0 



41 


47.4 


10.0 


21 


41.1 


9.0 


20 


56.5 


15.0 


23 


26.6 


8.0 


14 


27.4 


3.0 


9 


25.4 


31.0 


20 


87.0 


85.0 


14 


100.0 


40.5 


6 


66.7 


70.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


3 


13.0 


4.0 





0.0 


48.0 


3 


33.3 


3.0 


6 


26.1 


31.0 


2 


14.3 


11.5 


4 


44.4 


34.5 


18 


21.4 


27.0 


7 


14.1 


46.0 


11 


31.9 


17.0 


8 


9.7 


19.0 


2 


4.1 


43.0 


6 


18.0 


18.0 


26 


30.9 


14.0 


9 


18.1 


53.0 


17 


49.3 


16.0 



194 


13.4 


14.0 


117 


17.0 


19.0 


77 


10.2 


26.0 


17 


13.8 


18.0 


4 


1.1 


17.0 


12 


4.1 


9.0 


5 


4.1 


56.0 


16 


12.8 


16.0 


36 


23.5 


6.5 


40 


29.0 


32.0 


64 


55.7 


66.0 


115 


59.3 


36.0 


13 


6.7 


69.0 


66 


34.0 


44.0 


148 


1.2 


29.0 


138 


93.2 


28.0 



240 
137 



5.2 

2.9 



91.0 
42.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CRAVEN COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL G, INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



63405 


1.2 


23.0 


33087 


52.2 


3.0 


30318 


47.8 


98.0 


1074 


16.9 


3.0 



47246 1.2 28. C 

25349 53.7 3.0 

21897 46.3 98.0 

805 17.0 2.0 



16159 1.4 19.0 

7738 47.9 56.0 

8421 52.1 45.0 

269 16.6 17.0 



1519 


24.0 


2.0 


1091 


23.1 


3.0 


428 


26.5 


15.0 


780 


12.3 


3.0 


559 


11.8 


3.0 


221 


13.7 


16.0 


739 


11.7 


2.0 


532 


11.3 


2.0 


207 


12.8 


21.0 


1514 


99.7 


44.0 


1089 


99.8 


66.0 


425 


99.3 


43.0 


4 


0.3 


46.0 


1 


0.1 


33.0 


3 


0.7 


39.0 


1 


0.1 


45.0 


1 


0.1 


18.0 





0.0 


69.0 


100 


6.6 


90.0 


51 


4.7 


89.0 


49 


11.4 


68.0 


199 


13.1 


51.0 


24 


2.2 


83. C 


175 


40.9 


31.0 


1760 


2.0 


15.0 


1291 


2.1 


13.0 


469 


1.7 


20.0 


1371 


77.9 


60.0 


1016 


78.7 


39.0 


355 


75.7 


70.0 



35 


22.8 


87.0 


24 


21.8 


77.0 


11 


25.3 


75.0 


16 


10.4 


81.0 


10 


9.1 


77.0 


6 


13.8 


63.0 


16 


100.0 


31.5 


10 


100.0 


40.5 


6 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


31.3 


23.5 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


83.3 


8.5 


19 


12.5 


75.0 


14 


12.8 


55.0 


5 


11.7 


67.0 


5 


3.3 


81.0 


2 


1.9 


66.0 


3 


7.1 


59.0 


24 


15.8 


89.0 


16 


14.7 


71.0 


8 


18.7 


73.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


445 


7.0 


96.0 


286 


6.1 


97.0 


159 


9.8 


67.0 




MALES 


263 


7.9 


97.0 


176 


6.9 


97.0 


87 


11.2 


73.0 




FEMALES 


182 


6.0 


91.0 


110 


5.0 


97.0 


72 


8.6 


55.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


25 


4.6 


71.0 


17 


4.3 


50. C 


8 


5.5 


73.0 




5-14 


3 


0.2 


80.0 


3 


0.3 


57. C 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


21 


1.2 


65.0 


12 


0.9 


76.0 


9 


2.5 


29.0 




25-34 


14 


1.8 


69.0 


7 


1.1 


81.0 


7 


4.7 


43.0 




35-44 


22 


3.4 


70.0 


12 


2.4 


70.0 


10 


6.4 


60.0 




45-54 


46 


8.0 


59.0 


26 


6.1 


77.0 


20 


13.6 


56.0 




55-64 


84 


19.0 


30.0 


46 


14.9 


67.0 


38 


28.3 


35.0 




65*- 


230 


60.1 


48.0 


163 


63.2 


27.0 


67 


53.8 


72.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


253 


56.9 


66.0 


181 


63.3 


37.0 


72 


45.3 


86.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


49 


11.0 


64.0 


31 


10.8 


70.0 


18 


11.3 


33.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


143 


32.1 


22.0 


74 


25.9 


45.0 


69 


43.4 


18.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


515 


1.1 


29.0 


324 


0.9 


33.0 


191 


1.5 


18.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


366 


71.1 


77.0 


226 


69.8 


81.0 


140 


73.3 


80.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



691 
187 



10.9 
2.9 



22.0 
41.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CUMBERLAND COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



226359 


4.4 


4.0 


126514 


55.9 


2.0 


99845 


44.1 


99.0 


3839 


17.0 


2.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



166475 4.1 5.0 

94538 56.8 2.0 

71937 43.2 99.0 

2708 16.3 3.0 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



59884 5.1 3.0 

31976 53.4 8.0 

27908 46.6 93.0 

1131 18.9 11.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


5102 


22.5 


5.0 


3569 


21.4 


4.0 


1533 


25.6 


18.0 




MALES 


2612 


11.5 


6.0 


1825 


11.0 


4.0 


787 


13.1 


20.0 




FEMALES 


2490 


11.0 


5.0 


1744 


10.5 


4.0 


746 


12.5 


25.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


5093 


99.8 


34.0 


3565 


99.9 


59.0 


1528 


99.7 


34.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


2 


0.0 


70.0 


1 


0.0 


37.0 


1 


0.1 


57.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


7 


0.1 


37.0 


3 


0.1 


21.0 


4 


0.3 


37.0 


^. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


422 


8.3 


61.0 


243 


6.8 


50.0 


179 


11.7 


65.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


503 


9.9 


70.0 


125 


3.5 


55.0 


378 


24.7 


82.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


5443 


6.1 


2.0 


3840 


6.2 


2.0 


1603 


5.8 


2.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


4929 


90.6 


23.0 


3450 


89.8 


21.0 


1479 


92.3 


28.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR! 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALSI 



136 


26.4 


74.0 


87 


24.2 


65.0 


49 


31.5 


60.0 


51 


9.9 


85.0 


27 


7.5 


84.0 


24 


15.4 


59.0 


49 


96.1 


70.0 


26 


96.3 


82.0 


23 


95.8 


52.0 


1 


2.0 


24.0 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


4.2 


16.0 


1 


2.0 


14.0 


1 


3.7 


3.0 





0.0 


43.5 


11 


21.6 


38.0 


2 


7.4 


22.0 


9 


37.5 


44.0 


85 


16.7 


46.0 


60 


16.8 


34.0 


25 


16.3 


58.0 


30 


6.0 


51.0 


16 


4.6 


37.0 


14 


9.3 


52.0 


115 


22.5 


51.0 


76 


21.3 


32.0 


39 


25.4 


60.0 



TOTAL 


1263 


5.6 


99.0 


861 


5.2 


99.0 


402 


6.7 


96.0 


MALES 


738 


5.8 


99.0 


507 


5.4 


99.0 


231 


7.2 


92.0 


FEMALES 


525 


5.3 


98.0 


354 


4.9 


99.0 


171 


6.1 


86.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


134 


6.6 


33.0 


89 


6.3 


13.0 


45 


7.3 


59.0 


5-14 


24 


0.5 


42.0 


16 


0.5 


41.0 


8 


0.6 


37.0 


15-24 


61 


0.8 


87.0 


43 


0.8 


81.0 


18 


1.0 


69.0 


25-34 


60 


1.9 


66.0 


35 


1.5 


54.0 


25 


3.1 


67.0 


35-44 


119 


5.1 


26.0 


75 


4.3 


20.0 


44 


7.8 


41.0 


45-54 


153 


9.7 


28.0 


93 


7.8 


42.0 


60 


16.0 


32.0 


55-64 


232 


24.9 


7.0 


149 


22.2 


10.0 


83 


31.6 


27.0 


65+ 


480 


63.7 


26.0 


361 


68.4 


15.0 


119 


52.7 


75.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


760 


60.2 


53.0 


541 


62.8 


42.0 


219 


54.5 


53.5 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


194 


15.4 


12.0 


131 


15.2 


23.0 


63 


15.7 


18.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


309 


24.5 


72.0 


189 


22.0 


77.0 


120 


29.9 


61.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


1556 


3.3 


7.0 


1029 


3.0 


7.0 


527 


4.2 


6.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


1091 


70.1 


80.0 


729 


70.8 


73.0 


362 


68.7 


83.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1271 
727 



5.6 
3.2 



88.0 
33.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CURRITUCK COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

It * * 

i NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TUTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL £ INFA 
MORTALITY 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
LO. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
LI. POSTNEONATAL <28 DAYS-1 YR) 
L2. IMFAMT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



7060 


0.1 


95.0 


3511 


49.7 


12.0 


3549 


50.3 


89.0 


10 


1.4 


97.0 



110 


15.6 


62.0 


53 


7.5 


79.0 


57 


8.1 


44.0 


109 


99.1 


68.0 


1 


0.9 


19.0 





0.0 


77.0 


9 


8.2 


67.0 


14 


12.7 


52.0 


3 


0.0 


88.0 


1 


33.3 


94.0 



5266 0.1 93. C 

2576 48.9 32.0 

2690 51.1 69.0 

14 2.7 75.0 



82 


15.6 


31.0 


39 


7.4 


54. C 


43 


8.2 


18.0 


82 


100.0 


26.0 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


63.0 


8 


9.8 


6.0 


1 


1.2 


95.0 


1 


CO 


86.0 





0.0 


87.0 



1794 0.2 80.0 

935 52.1 10.0 

859 47.9 91.0 

-4 -2.2 98.0 



28 


15.6 


89.0 


14 


7.8 


87.0 


14 


7.8 


87.0 


27 


96.4 


73.0 


1 


3.6 


8.5 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


3.6 


92.0 


13 


46.4 


12.0 


2 


0.0 


87.5 


1 


50.0 


87.0 



2 


18.0 


95.0 


2 


24.1 


67.0 





0.0 


89.5 


1 


9.0 


89.0 


1 


12.0 


54. C 





0.0 


86.5 


1 


100.0 


31.5 


1 


ICO.O 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





C.C 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









1 


9.1 


84.5 


1 


12.2 


57.0 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


18.3 


6.0 


1 


12.3 


4.0 


1 


35.7 


3.0 


3 


27.3 


28.0 


2 


24.4 


21. C 


1 


35.7 


32.5 



DEATHS 



(EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TUTAL 


100 


14.2 


3.0 


68 


12.9 


11.0 


32 


17.8 


4.0 


MALES 


66 


18.8 


3.0 


45 


17.5 


5.C 


21 


22.5 


4.0 


FEMALES 


34 


9.6 


22.0 


23 


8.6 


36. C 


11 


12.8 


8.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


4 


8.0 


17.0 


2 


5.6 


20. C 


2 


14.2 


16.0 


5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


3 


2.7 


11.0 


1 


1.3 


56. C 


2 


5.6 


4.0 


25-34 


4 


5.5 


2.0 


2 


3.6 


2.0 


2 


11.8 


5.0 


35-44 


5 


6.3 


12.0 


3 


4.8 


8.C 


2 


11.5 


22.0 


45-54 


14 


18.4 


1.0 


10 


17.3 


1.0 


4 


21.9 


11.0 


55-64 


11 


12.7 


92.0 


9 


13.0 


84. 


2 


11.6 


90.0 


65 + 


59 


68.6 


10. 


41 


58.6 


48.0 


18 


112.5 


4.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


51 


51.0 


90.0 


33 


48.5 


99.0 


18 


56.3 


46.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


8 


8.0 


83.0 


4 


5.9 


96.0 


4 


12.5 


29.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


41 


41.0 


2.0 


31 


45.6 


1.0 


10 


31.3 


57.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


45 


0.1 


91.0 


34 


0. 1 


91. 


11 


0. 1 


79.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


34 


75.6 


68.0 


24 


70.6 


75.0 


10 


90.9 


37.5 



THER EVENTS 



CARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



60 



8.5 
1.1 



54.0 
97.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

DARE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



7234 0.1 94.0 

3510 48.5 46.0 

3724 51.5 55.0 

12 1.7 94.0 



97 


13.4 


95.0 


45 


6.2 


99.0 


52 


7.2 


75.0 


95 


97.9 


78.0 


1 


1.0 


18.0 


1 


1.0 


21.0 


12 


12.4 


2.0 


9 


9.3 


72.0 


1 


0.0 


93.0 


I 


100.0 


4.5 



6703 0.2 87. C 

3251 48.5 52.0 

3452 51.5 49.0 

7 1.0 86.0 



87 


13.0 


82.0 


41 


6.1 


87.0 


46 


6.9 


58. 


85 


97.7 


99. 


1 


1.1 


3.0 


1 


1.1 


1.0 


7 


8.C 


21.0 


2 


2.3 


79.0 


1 


0.0 


86.0 


1 


1C0.0 


2.5 



531 0.0 89.0 

259 48.8 31.0 

272 51.2 70.0 

5 9.4 62.0 



10 


18.8 


75.0 


4 


7.5 


90.0 


6 


11.3 


36.0 


10 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


69.0 


5 


50.0 


1.0 


7 


70.0 


1.0 





0.0 


96.0 










F fc T A L £ 
M * T / 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



4 


40.8 


16.0 


4 


45.5 


6.5 





0.0 


89.5 


1 


10.2 


84.0 


1 


11.4 


60.0 





0.0 


86.5 


1 


100.0 


31.5 


1 


100. 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









3 


30.9 


3.0 


3 


34.5 


3.0 





0.0 


86.0 


n 


0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


3 


30.9 


13.0 


3 


34.5 


4.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


85 


11.8 


19.0 


80 


11.9 


18.0 


5 


9.4 


77.0 




MALES 


48 


13.7 


26.0 


44 


13.5 


26.0 


4 


15.4 


28.0 




FEMALES 


37 


9.9 


16.0 


36 


10.4 


14.0 


1 


3.7 


96.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


4 


8.2 


15.0 


4 


8.8 


5. 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 


C 


0.0 


88. C 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


4 


3.4 


3.0 


4 


3.7 


2.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


1.2 


87.0 


1 


1.3 


67.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


4 


5.8 


16.0 


3 


4.8 


10.0 


1 


17.2 


7.0 




45-54 


5 


5.2 


95.0 


4 


4.4 


92.0 


1 


19.6 


15.0 




55-64 


16 


17.3 


53.0 


15 


17.2 


37.0 


1 


19.2 


74.0 




65+ 


51 


53.2 


83.0 


49 


53.9 


76.0 


2 


40.0 


90.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


49 


57.6 


65.0 


47 


58.7 


69.0 


2 


40.0 


93.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


14.1 


29.0 


11 


13.7 


42.0 


1 


20.0 


8.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


24 


28.2 


44.0 


22 


27.5 


33.0 


2 


40.0 


23.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


42 


0.1 


92.0 


40 


0.1 


89.0 


2 


0.0 


94.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


21 


50.0 


97.0 


19 


47.5 


97.0 


2 


100. 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



69 
10 



9.5 
1.4 



41.0 
92.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS ISECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
DAVIDSON COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



9768 0.8 47.0 

4730 48.4 39.0 

5038 51.6 62.0 

147 15.0 20.0 



99256 


1.9 


10.0 


89488 


2.2 


9.0 


48754 


49.1 


28.0 


44024 


49.2 


22.0 


50502 


50.9 


73.0 


45464 


50.8 


79.0 


749 


7.5 


33.0 


602 


6.7 


28.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


1551 


15.6 


60.0 


1319 


14.7 


47.0 


232 


23.8 


30.0 




MALES 


775 


7.8 


71.0 


676 


7.6 


50.0 


99 


10.1 


66.0 




FEMALES 


776 


7.8 


55.0 


643 


7.2 


47.0 


133 


13.6 


14.0 


<*. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1549 


99.9 


24.0 


1318 


99.9 


55.0 


231 


99.6 


39.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


68.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.4 


45.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.1 


46.0 


1 


0.1 


22.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


142 


9.2 


41.0 


111 


8.4 


16.0 


31 


13.4 


50.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


141 


9.1 


73.0 


54 


4.1 


39.0 


87 


37.5 


47.5 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1027 


1.1 


28.0 


833 


1.3 


22.0 


194 


0.7 


42.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


947 


92.2 


16.0 


758 


91.0 


14.0 


189 


97.4 


14.0 



FETAL G INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



49 


31.1 


49.0 


38 


28.4 


44.0 


11 


45.8 


36.0 


25 


15.9 


47.0 


17 


12.7 


50.0 


8 


33.3 


15.5 


25 


100.0 


31.5 


17 


100.0 


40.5 


8 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


7 


28.0 


27.0 


2 


11.8 


15.0 


5 


62.5 


20.0 


24 


15.5 


52.0 


21 


15.9 


41.0 


3 


12.9 


63.0 


10 


6.5 


43.0 


9 


6.9 


16.0 


1 


4.4 


68.0 


34 


21.9 


56.0 


30 


22.7 


26.0 


4 


17.2 


75.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


802 


8.1 


90.0 


717 


8.0 


85.0 


85 


8.7 


83.0 




MALES 


508 


10.4 


79.0 


450 


10.2 


74.0 


58 


12.3 


62.0 




FEMALES 


294 


5.8 


94.0 


267 


5.9 


90.0 


27 


5.4 


92.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


40 


4.8 


66.0 


35 


4.8 


35.0 


5 


4.9 


76.0 




5-14 


11 


0.6 


36.0 


10 


0.6 


31.0 


1 


0.4 


43.0 




15-24 


27 


1.6 


44.0 


23 


1.6 


39.0 


4 


2.1 


41.0 




25-34 


26 


1.9 


65.0 


18 


1.5 


58.0 


8 


6.8 


20.0 




35-44 


37 


3.0 


82.0 


30 


2.6 


66.0 


7 


7.6 


44.0 




45-54 


85 


7.1 


77.0 


74 


6.7 


63.0 


11 


12.0 


64.0 




55-64 


141 


15.8 


71.0 


126 


15.4 


62.0 


15 


19.6 


72.0 




65+ 


435 


56.0 


69.0 


401 


56.4 


67.0 


34 


52.1 


77.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


492 


61.3 


45.0 


449 


62.6 


43.0 


43 


50.6 


70.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


119 


14.8 


17.0 


111 


15.5 


20.0 


8 


9.4 


44.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


191 


23.8 


76.0 


157 


21.9 


80.0 


34 


40.0 


23.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


603 


1.3 


24.0 


530 


1.5 


18.0 


73 


0.6 


53.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


510 


84.6 


35.0 


449 


84.7 


28.0 


61 


83.6 


62.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



810 
304 



8.2 
3.1 



61.0 
36.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 29 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
DAVIE COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



19333 


0.4 


73.0 


9395 


48.6 


40.0 


9938 


51.4 


61.0 


144 


7.4 


35.0 



17038 0.4 64.0 

8293 48.7 42.0 

8745 51.3 59.0 

116 6.8 26.0 



2295 0.2 75.0 

1102 48.0 52.0 

1193 52.0 49.0 

28 12.2 36.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


294 


15.2 


69.0 


249 


14.6 


51.0 


45 


19.6 


68.0 




MALES 


147 


7.6 


76.0 


122 


7.2 


62.0 


25 


10.9 


50.0 




FEMALES 


147 


7.6 


63.0 


127 


7.5 


38.0 


20 


8.7 


82.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


294 


100.0 


9.5 


249 


1C0.0 


26.0 


45 


100. 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


21 


7.1 


83.5 


17 


6.8 


49.0 


4 


8.9 


82.5 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


24 


8.2 


76.0 


8 


3.2 


58.0 


16 


35.6 


58.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


214 


0.2 


68.0 


174 


0.3 


61. 


40 


0.1 


68.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


158 


73.8 


68.0 


124 


71.3 


57.0 


34 


85.0 


59.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEOLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACc OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 



12 


39.7 


18.0 


8 


31.5 


28.0 


4 


83.3 


4.5 


8 


26.5 


9.0 


5 


19.7 


22.0 


3 


62.5 


2.5 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


5 


100.0 


40.5 


3 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


25.0 


33.5 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


66.7 


16.5 


4 


13.6 


71.0 


3 


12.0 


58.0 


1 


22.2 


37.5 


2 


6.9 


40.0 


2 


8.1 


12.0 





0.0 


84.5 


6 


20.4 


62.0 


5 


20. 1 


38.0 


1 


22.2 


67.5 



150 


7.8 


92.0 


81 


8.6 


92.0 


69 


6.9 


73.0 


7 


4.4 


76.0 


1 


0.3 


75.0 


3 


1.0 


82.0 


3 


1.2 


88.0 


8 


3.4 


66.0 


11 


4.7 


97.0 


24 


13.0 


90.0 


93 


47.2 


94.0 


88 


58.7 


61.0 


20 


13.3 


38.5 


42 


28.0 


46.0 


123 


0.3 


78.0 


96 


78.0 


59.0 



133 


7.8 


90.0 


72 


8.7 


91.0 


61 


7.0 


66.0 


6 


4.5 


44. C 


1 


0.3 


63.0 


3 


1.1 


64.0 


3 


1.3 


63.0 


5 


2.4 


75.0 


to 


4.7 


91.0 


20 


12.0 


91.0 


85 


48.7 


93.0 


78 


58.6 


70.0 


20 


15.0 


26.0 


35 


26.3 


41. C 


112 


0.3 


70.0 


86 


76.8 


53.0 



17 


7.4 


92.0 


9 


8.2 


90.0 


8 


6.7 


84.0 


1 


4.1 


79.0 





0.0 


81.0 





0.0 


87.5 





0.0 


90.0 


3 


12.6 


17.0 


1 


4.3 


90.0 


4 


22.2 


63.0 


8 


35.6 


92.0 


10 


58.8 


38.5 





0.0 


92.0 


7 


41.2 


20.5 


11 


0.1 


79.0 


10 


90.9 


37.5 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES ANO ANNULMENTS 



155 
63 



8.0 
3.3 



63.0 
28.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
DUPLIN COUNTY 



ITEH 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



TOTAL WHITE NONHHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



12567 1.1 32.0 

5926 47.2 77.0 

6641 52.8 24.0 

148 11.8 39.0 



37507 


0.7 


45.0 


24940 


0.6 


48.0 


18104 


48.3 


56.0 


12178 


48.8 


34.0 


19403 


51.7 


45.0 


12762 


51.2 


67.0 


282 


7.5 


34.0 


134 


5.4 


46.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. 


TOTAL 


661 


17.6 


34.0 


370 


14.8 


44.0 


291 


23.2 


33.0 




MALES 


335 


8.9 


40.0 


182 


7.3 


58.0 


153 


12.2 


29.0 




FEMALES 


326 


8.7 


30.0 


188 


7.5 


36.0 


138 


11.0 


41.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


659 


99.7 


41.0 


370 


1C0.0 


26.0 


289 


99.3 


42.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.2 


54.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.3 


49.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.2 


36.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.3 


35.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


60 


9.1 


44.0 


25 


6.8 


51.0 


35 


12.0 


64.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


129 


19.5 


29.0 


17 


4.6 


29.0 


112 


38.5 


42.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


416 


0.5 


55.5 


167 


0.3 


62. 


249 


0.9 


37.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


343 


82.5 


49.0 


130 


77.8 


45. 


213 


85.5 


56.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YRJ 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUOING FETALS) 



23 


34.2 


39.0 


11 


29.4 


40.0 


12 


40.3 


43.0 


11 


16.4 


42.0 


4 


1C.7 


64. 


7 


23.5 


34.0 


11 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


100.0 


40.5 


7 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





CO 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


I 


9. 1 


64.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


14.3 


58.5 


12 


18.2 


41.0 


7 


18.9 


26.0 


5 


17.2 


55.0 


3 


4.6 


69.0 





0.0 


84.0 


3 


10.5 


44.0 


15 


22.7 


49.0 


7 


18.9 


47.0 


8 


27.5 


56.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


379 


10.1 


51.0 


236 


9.5 


60.0 


143 


11.4 


46.0 




MALES 


228 


12.6 


40.0 


143 


11.7 


52.0 


85 


14.3 


39.0 




FEMALES 


151 


7.8 


54.0 


93 


7.3 


59.0 


58 


8.7 


47.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


18 


6.3 


37.0 


8 


4.5 


43.0 


10 


9.4 


44.0 




5-14 


2 


0.3 


77.0 





0.0 


88.0 


2 


0.6 


34.0 




15-24 


9 


1.4 


60.0 


6 


1.4 


48.0 


3 


1.2 


64.0 




25-34 


14 


3.3 


13.0 


6 


2.0 


27.0 


8 


7.1 


17.0 




35-44 


24 


5.7 


17.0 


10 


3.3 


42.0 


14 


11.6 


21.0 




45-54 


32 


7.2 


74.0 


19 


6.1 


76.0 


13 


9.9 


75.0 




55-64 


75 


18.7 


33.0 


47 


16.4 


47.0 


28 


24.2 


53.0 




65* 


205 


59.9 


50.0 


140 


58.2 


53.0 


65 


63.8 


44.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


190 


50.1 


93.0 


127 


53.8 


88.0 


63 


44.1 


88.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


45 


11.9 


55.0 


31 


13.1 


48.0 


14 


9.8 


41.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


144 


38.0 


7.0 


78 


33.1 


11.0 


66 


46.2 


10.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


251 


0.5 


54.0 


145 


0.4 


62.0 


106 


0.8 


36.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


223 


88.8 


24.0 


129 


89.0 


18.0 


94 


88.7 


48.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



307 
95 



8.2 
2.5 



60.0 
61.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



3- 31 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
DURHAM COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



137335 


2.6 


8.0 


64961 


47.3 


97.0 


72374 


52.7 


4.0 


864 


6.3 


56.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



919C7 2.3 8.C 

44424 48.3 64.0 

47483 51.7 37.0 

440 4.8 57. C 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



45428 3.8 7.0 

20537 45.2 96.0 

24891 54.8 5.0 

424 9.3 63.0 



2064 


15.0 


73.0 


1189 


12.9 


84.0 


875 


19.3 


71.0 


1029 


7.5 


80.0 


604 


6.6 


80.0 


425 


9.4 


78.0 


1035 


7.5 


67.0 


585 


6.4 


77.0 


450 


9.9 


68.0 


2062 


99.9 


23.0 


1187 


99.8 


63.0 


875 


100.0 


16.0 


1 


0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.1 


34.0 





0.0 


77.5 


1 


0.0 


50.0 


1 


0.1 


20.0 





0.0 


69.0 


194 


9.4 


37.0 


69 


5.8 


71.0 


125 


14.3 


36.0 


375 


18.2 


34.0 


34 


2.9 


66.0 


341 


39.0 


40.0 


3137 


3.5 


6.0 


1747 


2.8 


10. 


1390 


5.1 


4.0 


1972 


62.9 


83.0 


1121 


64.2 


68. 


851 


61.2 


80.0 



64 


30.5 


55.0 


26 


21.6 


78.0 


38 


42.4 


38.0 


33 


15.7 


48.0 


12 


10.0 


69.0 


21 


23.4 


35.5 


32 


97.0 


65.0 


12 


100.0 


40.5 


20 


95.2 


53.0 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


3.0 


13.0 





0.0 


48.0 


1 


4.8 


11.0 


9 


27.3 


29.0 


1 


8.3 


19.0 


8 


38.1 


43.0 


31 


15.0 


57.0 


14 


11.8 


61.0 


17 


19.4 


45.0 


9 


4.4 


72.0 


5 


4.3 


41.0 


4 


4.7 


67.0 


40 


19.4 


70.0 


19 


16.0 


65.0 


21 


24.0 


63.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


1200 


8.7 


77.0 


749 


8.1 


82.0 


451 


9.9 


65.0 




MALES 


652 


10.0 


84.0 


403 


9.1 


89.0 


249 


12.1 


66.0 




FEMALES 


548 


7.6 


61.0 


346 


7.3 


60.0 


202 


8.1 


63.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


47 


4.3 


81.0 


24 


3.5 


70. C 


23 


5.5 


72.0 




5-14 


6 


0.2 


78.0 


5 


0.3 


59.0 


1 


0.1 


61.0 




15-24 


30 


1.0 


79.0 


14 


0.7 


85.0 


16 


1.4 


59.0 




25-34 


32 


1.7 


72.0 


12 


0.9 


85.0 


20 


4.1 


55.0 




35-44 


57 


4.0 


49.0 


28 


2.8 


59.0 


29 


6.9 


54.0 




45-54 


130 


8.7 


49.0 


57 


5.4 


86.0 


73 


16.7 


28.0 




55-64 


233 


18.7 


32.0 


138 


16.4 


49.0 


95 


23.5 


59.0 




65 + 


665 


57.0 


64.0 


471 


58.6 


47.0 


194 


53.3 


74.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


610 


50.8 


91.0 


370 


49.4 


96.0 


240 


53.2 


62.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


267 


22.2 


2.0 


174 


23.2 


2.0 


93 


20.6 


7.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


323 


26.9 


54.0 


205 


27.4 


35.0 


118 


26.2 


69.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2250 


4.8 


4.0 


1478 


4.3 


5.0 


772 


6.1 


2.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1102 


49.0 


98.0 


686 


46.4 


98.0 


416 


53.9 


94.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



1 7. 

1 H. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1196 
572 



8.7 
4.2 



49.0 
8.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
EDGECOMBE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



RATE RANK 



51921 


1.0 


34.0 


24738 


47.6 


89.0 


27183 


52.4 


12.0 


342 


6.6 


48.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



27751 0.7 46.0 

13421 48.4 61.0 

14330 51.6 40.0 

101 3.6 66.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



24170 2.0 11.0 

11317 46.8 82.0 

12853 53.2 19.0 

241 10.0 50.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. 


TOTAL 


876 


16.9 


44.0 


365 


13.2 


78. 


511 


21.1 


56.0 




MALES 


426 


8.2 


57.0 


173 


6.2 


86.0 


253 


10.5 


55.0 




FEMALES 


450 


8.7 


31.0 


192 


6.9 


56.0 


258 


10.7 


49.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


865 


98.7 


72.0 


363 


99.5 


90.0 


502 


98.2 


61.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


11 


1.3 


15.0 


2 


0.5 


7.0 


9 


1.8 


22.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


91 


10.4 


23.0 


14 


3.8 


93.0 


77 


15.1 


25.0 


6. 
7. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 
OCCURRENCE 


242 


27.6 


9.0 


17 


4.7 


28.0 


225 


44.0 


20.0 




TOTAL 


543 


0.6 


49.0 


201 


0.3 


59.0 


342 


1.2 


24.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


488 


89.9 


26.0 


178 


88.6 


26.0 


310 


90.6 


35.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR» 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



40 


44.6 


11.0 


11 


29.6 


39.0 


29 


55.2 


17.0 


20 


22.3 


21.0 


6 


16.2 


29.0 


14 


26.7 


28.0 


18 


90.0 


82.0 


6 


100.0 


40.5 


12 


85.7 


59.5 


2 


10.0 


10.0 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


14.3 


9.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


4 


20.0 


41.5 





0.0 


61.5 


4 


28.6 


54.0 


20 


22.8 


17.0 


5 


13.7 


53.0 


15 


29.4 


21.0 


5 


5.8 


53.0 





0.0 


84.0 


5 


10.1 


46.0 


25 


28.5 


23.0 


5 


13.7 


74.5 


20 


39.1 


28.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


534 


10.3 


46.0 


264 


9.5 


58.0 


270 


11.2 


48.0 




MALES 


305 


12.3 


47.0 


152 


11.3 


56.0 


153 


13.5 


46.0 




FEMALES 


229 


8.4 


45.0 


112 


7.8 


52.0 


117 


9.1 


45.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


28 


6.7 


30.0 


7 


3.5 


69.0 


21 


9.5 


42.0 




5-14 


6 


0.5 


44.0 


4 


0.8 


19.0 


2 


0.3 


52.0 




15-24 


20 


2.1 


30.0 


7 


1.5 


46.0 


13 


2.7 


24.0 




25-34 


16 


2.9 


20.0 


7 


2.0 


26.0 


9 


4.5 


48.0 




35-44 


25 


4.5 


36.0 


12 


3.6 


38.0 


13 


6.0 


62.0 




45-54 


71 


12.0 


8.0 


37 


10.6 


6.0 


34 


14.2 


53.0 




55-64 


109 


22.9 


16.0 


49 


17.3 


36.0 


60 


31.0 


28.0 




65* 


259 


57.1 


62.0 


141 


52.7 


80.0 


118 


63.6 


48.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


320 


59.9 


56.0 


171 


64.8 


27.0 


149 


55.2 


51.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


54 


10.1 


69.0 


31 


11.7 


59.0 


23 


8.5 


53.0 




HOME OR NON- INSTITUTION 


160 


30.0 


33.0 


62 


23.5 


67.0 


98 


36.3 


36.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


369 


0.8 


43.0 


163 


0.5 


55.5 


206 


1.6 


16.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


304 


82.4 


45.0 


133 


81.6 


35.0 


171 


83.0 


63.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



487 
127 



9.4 
2.4 



43.0 
64.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 33 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
FORSYTH COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



219954 


4.2 


5.0 


103816 


47.2 


98.0 


116138 


52.8 


3.0 


1493 


6.8 


44.0 



171123 4.3 4.C 

81695 47.7 91.0 

89428 52.3 10.0 

965 5.6 42.0 



48831 4.1 5.0 

22121 45.3 95.0 

26710 54.7 6.0 

528 10.8 43.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


3429 


15.6 


61.0 


2311 


13.5 


69.0 


1118 


22.9 


35.0 




MALES 


1745 


7.9 


68.0 


1158 


6.8 


78.0 


587 


12.0 


33.0 




FEMALES 


1684 


7.7 


61.0 


1153 


6.7 


61.0 


531 


10.9 


44.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


3423 


99.8 


32.0 


2310 


100.0 


53.0 


1113 


99.6 


40.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


6 


0.2 


47.0 


1 


0.0 


36.0 


5 


0.4 


44.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


302 


8.8 


52.0 


122 


5.3 


79.0 


180 


16.1 


16.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


634 


18.5 


33.0 


94 


4.1 


40.0 


540 


48.3 


9.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


4203 


4.7 


4.0 


3017 


4.9 


4.0 


1186 


4.3 


6.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


3257 


77.5 


63.0 


2155 


71.4 


55.5 


1102 


92.9 


23.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



07 


30.7 


53.0 


52 


22.2 


76. C 


55 


48.1 


35.0 


56 


16.1 


45.0 


30 


12.8 


49.0 


26 


22.7 


37.5 


54 


96.4 


67.5 


30 


100.0 


40.5 


24 


92.3 


55.5 


2 


3.6 


19.5 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


7.7 


13.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


11 


19.6 


43.0 





0.0 


61.5 


11 


42.3 


37.0 


51 


14.9 


61.0 


22 


9.5 


76.0 


29 


25.9 


27.0 


13 


3.8 


77.0 


6 


2.6 


57.0 


7 


6.4 


61.0 


64 


18.7 


76.0 


28 


12.1 


81.0 


36 


32.2 


43.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


1936 


8.8 


75.0 


1346 


7.9 


88.0 


590 


12.1 


36.0 




MALES 


1062 


10.2 


82.0 


732 


9.0 


90.0 


330 


14.9 


33.0 




FEMALES 


874 


7.5 


62.0 


614 


6.9 


70.0 


260 


9.7 


37.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


78 


4.7 


70.0 


33 


2.7 


84. C 


45 


10.2 


38.0 




5-14 


18 


0.4 


60.0 


11 


0.3 


60.0 


7 


0.6 


35.0 




15-24 


51 


1.3 


63.0 


36 


1.2 


61.0 


15 


1.5 


58.0 




25-34 


59 


2.0 


60.0 


30 


1.3 


69.0 


29 


5.4 


29.0 




35-44 


95 


3.4 


68.0 


49 


2.1 


83. C 


46 


9.4 


34.0 




45-54 


207 


8.3 


55.0 


128 


6.2 


74.0 


79 


17.9 


22.0 




55-64 


351 


19.0 


29.0 


225 


15.8 


55.0 


126 


29.6 


30.0 




65 + 


1077 


59.0 


54.0 


834 


59.7 


43.0 


243 


57.0 


62.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


1227 


63.4 


30.0 


848 


63.0 


40.0 


379 


64.2 


26.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


278 


14.4 


22.0 


224 


16.6 


12.0 


54 


9.2 


47.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


431 


22.3 


88.0 


274 


2C.4 


86.0 


157 


26.6 


67.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2642 


5.6 


2.0 


2021 


5.8 


2.0 


621 


4.9 


3.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1776 


67.2 


85.0 


1219 


60.3 


92.0 


557 


89.7 


44.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1921 
876 



8.7 
4.0 



47.0 
11.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
FRANKLIN COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL £ INF 
M « T A L I T 



ANT 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



RATE RANK 



26384 0.5 56.0 

12707 48.2 64.0 

13677 51.8 37.0 

57 2.2 90.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



15519 0.4 70.0 

7461 48.1 76.0 

8058 51.9 25.0 

-44 -2.8 94.0 



N N M H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10865 0.9 38.0 

5246 48.3 43.0 

5619 51.7 58.0 

101 9.3 64.0 



367 


13.9 


89.0 


152 


9.8 


95.0 


215 


19.8 


65.0 


192 


7.3 


85.0 


82 


5.3 


96.0 


110 


10.1 


67.0 


175 


6.6 


92.0 


70 


4.5 


94.0 


105 


9.7 


71.0 


347 


94.6 


91.0 


151 


99.3 


94. C 


196 


91.2 


87.0 


4 


1.1 


17.0 


1 


0.7 


4.0 


3 


1.4 


25.0 


16 


4.4 


8.0 





0.0 


63.0 


16 


7.4 


9.0 


42 


11.4 


11.0 


12 


7.9 


24.0 


30 


14.0 


42.0 


72 


19.6 


28.0 


1 


0.7 


97.0 


71 


33.0 


64.0 


224 


0.3 


67.0 


103 


0.2 


72.0 


121 


0.4 


55.0 


193 


86.2 


38.0 


83 


80.6 


38.0 


110 


90.9 


33.0 



1 


29.3 


63.0 


3 


19.5 


82.0 


8 


36.2 


50.0 


8 


21.3 


25.0 


2 


13.0 


48.0 


6 


27.1 


25.0 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


1C0.0 


40.5 


6 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


3 


8.2 


89.0 


1 


6.6 


85.0 


2 


9.3 


69.0 


2 


5.5 


59.0 


1 


6.6 


17.0 


1 


4.7 


66.0 


5 


13.6 


92.0 


2 


13.2 


79.0 


3 


14.0 


78.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


310 


11.7 


20.0 


196 


12.6 


13.0 


114 


10.5 


59.0 




MALES 


185 


14.6 


14.0 


112 


15.0 


11.0 


73 


13.9 


41.0 




FEMALES 


125 


9.1 


28.0 


84 


10.4 


15.0 


41 


7.3 


80.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


4.3 


80.0 


2 


2.3 


88. C 


6 


6.2 


67.0 




5-14 


3 


0.6 


32.0 


2 


0.8 


16.0 


1 


0.4 


46.0 




15-24 


12 


2.3 


19.0 


6 


2.1 


23.0 


6 


2.5 


27.0 




25-34 


8 


2.9 


22.0 


3 


1.7 


48.0 


5 


5.0 


39.0 




35-44 


20 


7.4 


6.0 


8 


4.6 


12.5 


12 


12.3 


18.0 




45-54 


22 


7.3 


72.0 


13 


6.5 


67.0 


9 


8.9 


79.0 




55-64 


61 


21.2 


21.0 


38 


19.3 


20.0 


23 


25.2 


48.0 




65+ 


176 


60.7 


42.0 


124 


65.9 


19.0 


52 


51.1 


79.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


188 


60.6 


49.0 


128 


65.3 


25.0 


60 


52.6 


63.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


43 


13.9 


31.0 


26 


13.3 


46.0 


17 


14.9 


21.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


79 


25.5 


66.0 


42 


21.4 


85.0 


37 


32.5 


52.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


216 


0.5 


56.0 


130 


0.4 


66.0 


86 


0.7 


46.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


197 


91.2 


10.0 


117 


90.0 


15.0 


80 


93.0 


29.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



306 
105 



11.6 
4.0 



19.0 
12.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GASTON COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



53218 


2.9 


6.0 


73875 


48.2 


59.0 


79343 


51.8 


42.0 


1578 


10.3 


9.0 



WHITE NONWHITE 

* ♦ 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



134637 3.4 7.0 

65287 48.5 53.0 

69350 51.5 48.0 

1285 9.5 7.0 



18581 1.6 16.0 

8588 46.2 91.0 

9993 53.8 10.0 

293 15.8 18.0 



TOTAL 


2913 


19.0 


13.0 


2410 


17.9 


7.0 


503 


27.1 


14.0 


MALES 


1531 


10.0 


9.0 


1272 


9.4 


8.0 


259 


13.9 


14.0 


FEMALES 


1382 


9.0 


19.0 


1138 


8.5 


11.0 


244 


13.1 


18.0 


ATTENDANT 




















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


2909 


99.9 


25.0 


2409 


100.0 


52.0 


500 


99.4 


41.0 


PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


3 


0.1 


62.0 





0.0 


69.0 


3 


0.6 


41.0 


MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.0 


52.0 


1 


0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


69.0 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


258 


8.9 


48.0 


184 


7.6 


30.0 


74 


14.7 


30.0 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


369 


12.7 


53.0 


153 


6.3 


10.0 


216 


42.9 


25.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


2459 


2.8 


9.0 


1979 


3.2 


8.0 


480 


1.8 


18.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


2191 


89.1 


31.0 


1769 


89.4 


24.0 


422 


87.9 


45.0 



FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YRI 



in 
11 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



69 


23.5 


83.0 


42 


17.3 


91.0 


27 


52.7 


22.0 


29 


9.9 


86.0 


20 


8.2 


82.0 


9 


17.6 


53.0 


27 


93.1 


78.0 


19 


95.0 


84.0 


8 


88.9 


57.0 


1 


3.4 


21.0 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


11.1 


11.0 


1 


3.4 


12.0 


1 


5.0 


2.0 





0.0 


43.5 


3 


10.3 


61.0 


1 


5.0 


26.5 


2 


22.2 


56.5 


40 


13.7 


70.0 


22 


9.1 


79.0 


18 


35.8 


11.0 


31 


10.8 


14.0 


24 


10.1 


9.0 


7 


14.4 


31.0 


71 


24.4 


44.0 


46 


19.1 


44.0 


25 


49.7 


15.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


1335 


8.7 


78.0 


1125 


8.4 


79.0 


210 


11.3 


47.0 




MALES 


732 


9.9 


86.0 


621 


9.5 


85.0 


111 


12.9 


50.0 




FEMALES 


603 


7.6 


60.0 


504 


7.3 


61.0 


99 


9.9 


32.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


86 


6.2 


40.0 


55 


4.6 


41. 


31 


15.7 


10.0 




5-14 


11 


0.4 


66.0 


8 


0.3 


66.0 


3 


0.7 


30.0 




15-24 


32 


1.1 


69.0 


29 


1.2 


59.0 


3 


0.8 


70.0 




25-34 


32 


1.6 


77.0 


29 


1.7 


47.0 


3 


1.5 


78.0 




35-44 


60 


3.3 


73.0 


45 


2.7 


63. C 


15 


9.0 


35.0 




45-54 


145 


8.2 


57.0 


118 


7.5 


48. 


27 


14.4 


51.0 




55-64 


244 


16.9 


59.0 


202 


15.7 


57.0 


42 


26.0 


42.0 




65 + 


725 


60.7 


43.0 


639 


60.4 


38.0 


86 


63.0 


49.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


7 39 


55.4 


75.0 


623 


55.4 


82.0 


116 


55.2 


50.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


200 


15.0 


15.0 


177 


15.7 


18.0 


23 


11.0 


36.0 




HOMF OR NON-INSTITUTION 


396 


29.7 


37.0 


325 


28.9 


24.0 


71 


33.8 


46.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


963 


2.0 


9.0 


788 


2.3 


8.0 


175 


1.4 


21.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


886 


92.0 


8.0 


720 


91.4 


9.0 


166 


94.9 


23.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



763 
674 



5.0 
4.4 



94.0 
5.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GATES COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N M H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



8362 


0.2 


90.0 


4183 


50.0 


8.0 


4179 


50.0 


93.0 


14 


1.7 


93.0 



3911 0.1 97.0 

1906 48.7 40.0 

2005 51.3 61.0 

-13 -3.3 97.0 



4451 0.4 64.0 

2277 51.2 11.0 

2174 48.8 90.0 

27 6.1 83.0 



110 


13.2 


96.0 


37 


9.5 


98.0 


73 


16.4 


87.0 


67 


8.0 


62.0 


23 


5.9 


89.0 


44 


9.9 


72.0 


43 


5.1 


100.0 


14 


3.6 


100.0 


29 


6.5 


95.0 


105 


95.5 


90.0 


37 


100. 


26.0 


68 


93.2 


83.0 


2 


1.8 


9.0 





0.0 


69.0 


2 


2.7 


16.5 


3 


2.7 


11.0 





0.0 


63.0 


3 


4.1 


17.0 


12 


10.9 


16.0 


1 


2.7 


98.0 


11 


15.1 


25.0 


27 


24.5 


13.0 





0.0 


99.0 


27 


37.0 


50.5 


5 


0.0 


86.5 





0.0 


94.0 


5 


0.0 


82.0 


5 


100.0 


4.5 









5 


100.0 


6.0 



1 


94.0 


1.0 


1 


26.3 


53.5 


10 


126.6 


2.0 


7 


59.8 


1.0 


1 


26.3 


6.0 


6 


75.9 


1.0 


7 


100.0 


31.5 


1 


100.0 


40.5 


6 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


n 


0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


4 


36.4 


2.0 





0.0 


95.5 


4 


54.8 


3.0 


3 


28.3 


1.0 





0.0 


84.0 


3 


43.5 


2.0 


7 


63.6 


1.0 





0.0 


96.5 


7 


95.9 


2.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


96 


11.5 


24.0 


50 


12.8 


12.0 


46 


10.3 


60.0 




MALES 


52 


12.4 


43.0 


28 


14.7 


16.0 


24 


10.5 


77.0 




FEMALES 


44 


10.5 


10.0 


22 


11.0 


12.0 


22 


10.1 


28.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


7 


11.9 


2.0 





0.0 


98.5 


7 


17.9 


7.0 




5-14 


1 


0.6 


37.0 


1 


1.6 


3.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


2 


1.4 


55.0 


2 


3.4 


4.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


2 


2.5 


38.0 





0.0 


97.0 


2 


4.5 


46.0 




35-44 


3 


3.4 


67.0 


1 


2.1 


82.0 


2 


4.8 


74.0 




45-54 


11 


10.6 


19.0 


1 


1.9 


100.0 


10 


19.9 


14.0 




55-64 


15 


17.2 


56.0 


9 


16.8 


41.0 


6 


17.8 


80.0 




65+ 


55 


55.8 


71.0 


36 


58.5 


49.0 


19 


51.2 


78.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


62 


64.6 


21.0 


33 


66.0 


23.0 


29 


63.0 


29.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


8 


8.3 


79.0 


5 


10.0 


77.5 


3 


6.5 


72.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


26 


27.1 


53.0 


12 


24.0 


59.0 


14 


30.4 


59.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


27 


0.1 


95.0 


15 


0.0 


98.0 


12 


0.1 


76.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


23 


85.2 


33.0 


12 


80.0 


43.5 


11 


91.7 


35.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



54 
17 



6.5 
2.0 



81.0 
76.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS JSECTION Villi. 



3- 37 



7. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 19 7 2 
GRAHAM COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 



RATE RANK 



6592 0.1 96.0 

3286 49.8 9.0 

3306 50.2 92.0 

41 6.2 57.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



6257 0.2 90.0 

3136 50.1 9.0 

3121 49.9 92.0 

39 6.2 37.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



335 0.0 92.0 

150 44.8 97.0 

185 55.2 4.0 

2 6.0 84.0 



OCCURRENCE 
TOTAL 
TO RESIDENTS 



100 


15.2 


71.0 


94 


15.0 


40.0 


6 


17.9 


82.0 


54 


8.2 


58.0 


51 


8.2 


29.0 


3 


9.0 


80.0 


46 


7.0 


82.0 


43 


6.9 


57.0 


3 


9.0 


81.0 


100 


100.0 


9.5 


94 


100. 


26.0 


6 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


7 


7.0 


86.0 


7 


7.4 


35.0 





0.0 


95.5 


6 


6.0 


83.0 


5 


5.3 


18.5 


1 


16.7 


90.0 





0.0 


97.5 





0.0 


94.0 





0.0 


96.0 
























FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 



10 
11 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



3 


29.4 


61.5 


3 


31.3 


30.5 





0.0 


89.5 


2 


19.6 


29.0 


2 


20.8 


18.5 





0.0 


86.5 


2 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









1 


10.0 


81.0 


1 


10.6 


70.0 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


20.2 


4.0 


1 


10.8 


6.5 


1 


166.7 


1.0 


3 


30.0 


16.5 


2 


21.3 


34.0 


1 


166.7 


1.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


59 


9.0 


71.0 


55 


8.8 


68.0 


4 


11.9 


40.0 




MALES 


41 


12.5 


42.0 


38 


12.1 


48.0 


3 


20.0 


6.0 




FEMALES 


18 


5.4 


97.0 


17 


5.4 


94.0 


1 


5.4 


91.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


4 


6.7 


29.0 


3 


5.4 


25.0 


1 


22.2 


1.0 




5-14 


1 


0.8 


16.0 


1 


0.9 


13.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


2 


1.9 


37.0 


2 


2.0 


28.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


1.2 


89.0 


1 


1.2 


72.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


1 


1.4 


97.0 


1 


1.5 


92.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


9 


11.9 


9.0 


8 


11.0 


5.0 


1 


33.3 


3.0 




55-64 


9 


14.2 


83.0 


8 


13.1 


82.0 


1 


43.5 


9.0 




65* 


32 


42.0 


100.0 


31 


42.5 


99.0 


1 


30.3 


95.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


28 


47.5 


98.0 


27 


49.1 


97.0 


1 


25.0 


98.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


7 


11.9 


56.0 


7 


12.7 


49.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


24 


40.7 


3.0 


21 


38.2 


2.0 


3 


75.0 


1.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


26 


0.1 


96.5 


23 


0.1 


93.0 


3 


0.0 


91.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


23 


88.5 


25.0 


20 


87.0 


23.5 


3 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



104 
10 



15.8 
1.5 



10.0 
88.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GRANVILLE COUNTY 



'OPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



32684 0.6 49.0 

16146 49.4 18.0 

16538 50.6 83.0 

163 5.0 74.0 



18396 0.5 60.0 

9016 49.0 26.0 

9380 51.0 75.0 

27 1.5 84.0 



14288 1.2 25.0 

7130 49.9 16.0 

7158 50.1 85.0 

136 9.5 59.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



485 


14.8 


76.0 


211 


11.5 


92.0 


274 


19.2 


73.0 


256 


7.8 


70.0 


110 


6.0 


88.0 


146 


10.2 


61.0 


229 


7.0 


81.0 


101 


5.5 


92.0 


128 


9.0 


80.0 


478 


98.6 


74.0 


211 


100.0 


26.0 


267 


97.4 


66.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 


7 


1.4 


19.0 





0.0 


63.0 


7 


2.6 


19.0 


58 


12.0 


6.0 


19 


9.0 


12.0 


39 


14.2 


38.0 


93 


19.2 


31.0 


6 


2.8 


68.0 


87 


31.8 


71.0 


93 


0.1 


81.0 


24 


0.0 


80.0 


69 


0.3 


62.0 


82 


88.2 


32.0 


18 


75.0 


50.0 


64 


92.8 


25.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FFTAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUST.xEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



20 


40.5 


17.0 


12 


55.6 


3.5 


8 


28.8 


66.0 


9 


18.2 


36.0 


5 


23.1 


13.0 


4 


14.4 


62.0 


9 


100.0 


31.5 


5 


100.0 


40.5 


4 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


11 


22.7 


18.0 


7 


33.2 


4.0 


4 


14.6 


60.0 


2 


4.2 


74.0 





0.0 


84.0 


2 


7.4 


57.5 


13 


26.8 


31.0 


7 


33.2 


5.0 


6 


21.9 


69.0 



TOTAL 


322 


9.9 


56.0 


184 


10.0 


47.0 


138 


9.7 


69.0 


MALES 


206 


12.8 


36.0 


118 


13.1 


30.0 


88 


12.3 


60.0 


FEMALES 
AGE 

0-4 YEARS 


116 


7.0 


69.0 


66 


7.0 


64.0 


50 


7.0 


82.0 


15 


6.0 


42.0 


8 


7.4 


7.0 


7 


5.0 


75.0 


5-14 


1 


0.1 


85.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


0.3 


54.0 


15-24 


15 


2.5 


15.0 


10 


3.1 


5.0 


5 


1.8 


51.0 


25-34 


17 


4.4 


3.0 


6 


2.6 


14.0 


11 


7.3 


15.0 


35-44 


18 


4.9 


29.0 


9 


3.9 


25.0 


9 


6.6 


59.0 


45-54 


40 


10.7 


17.0 


16 


7.0 


58.0 


24 


16.4 


30.0 


55-64 


54 


16.7 


63.0 


28 


14.1 


75.0 


26 


20.9 


66.0 


65* 


162 


55.9 


70.0 


107 


57.2 


61.0 


55 


53.4 


73.0 


PLACt OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


180 


55.9 


73.0 


102 


55.4 


81.0 


78 


56.5 


43.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


49 


15.2 


14.0 


34 


18.5 


6.0 


15 


10.9 


37.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


93 


28.9 


40.0 


48 


26.1 


42.0 


45 


32.6 


51.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


338 


0.7 


48.0 


199 


0.6 


52.0 


139 


1.1 


30.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


207 


61.2 


93.0 


112 


56.3 


93.0 


95 


68.3 


85.0 



THEK EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



258 
69 



7.9 
2.1 



65.0 
75.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GREENE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



14566 


0.3 


81.0 


7089 


48.7 


38.0 


7477 


51.3 


63.0 


84 


5.8 


68.0 



7841 0.2 85.0 

3841 49.0 28.0 

4000 51.0 73.0 

-16 -2.0 91.0 



6725 0.6 57.0 

3248 48.3 42.0 

3477 51.7 59.0 

100 14.9 22.0 



210 


14.4 


81.0 


73 


9.3 


99.0 


137 


20.4 


61.0 


109 


7.5 


81.0 


41 


5.2 


97. 


68 


10.1 


69.0 


101 


6.9 


84.0 


32 


4.1 


97.0 


69 


10.3 


60.0 


176 


83.8 


97.0 


72 


98.6 


98.0 


104 


75.9 


94.0 


30 


14.3 


1.0 


1 


1.4 


2.0 


29 


21.2 


1.0 


4 


1.9 


18.0 





0.0 


63.0 


4 


2.9 


18.0 


11 


5.2 


95.0 


2 


2.7 


96.0 


9 


6.6 


89.0 


65 


31.0 


4.0 


2 


2.7 


72.0 


63 


46.0 


13.0 


38 


0.0 


82.0 


2 


0.0 


84.0 


36 


0.1 


69.5 


32 


84.2 


43.0 


1 


50.0 


82.0 


31 


86.1 


51.5 



FETAL 6 
M R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



10. 
11. 
12. 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



5 


23.3 


84.0 


2 


26.7 


51.0 


3 


21.4 


78.0 


5 


23.3 


17.5 


2 


26.7 


5.0 


3 


21.4 


42.0 


4 


80.0 


89.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


66.7 


70.5 


1 


20.0 


5.0 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


33.3 


1.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


20.0 


41.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


33.3 


48.0 





0.0 


98.0 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


86.0 


3 


14.3 


9.0 


1 


13.7 


3.0 


2 


14.6 


30.0 


3 


14.3 


90.0 


1 


13.7 


74.5 


2 


14.6 


77.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


126 


8.7 


81.0 


89 


11.4 


22.0 


37 


5.5 


98.0 




MALES 


77 


10.9 


72.0 


57 


14.8 


14.0 


20 


6.2 


93.0 




FEMALES 


49 


6.6 


87.0 


32 


8.0 


48.0 


17 


4.9 


94.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


5 


4.7 


69.0 


2 


4.6 


38.0 


3 


4.8 


77.0 




5-14 


3 


0.9 


14.0 


1 


0.7 


22.0 


2 


1.0 


18.0 




15-24 


2 


0.7 


92.0 


1 


0.7 


84.0 


1 


0.6 


72.0 




25-34 


3 


2.0 


63.0 


1 


1.1 


83.0 


2 


3.4 


63.5 




35-44 


2 


1.4 


98.0 





0.0 


99.0 


2 


4.1 


78.0 




45-54 


15 


8.8 


48.0 


10 


9.3 


15.0 


5 


7.9 


84.0 




55-64 


26 


18.0 


42.0 


21 


22.3 


8.0 


5 


10.0 


92.0 




65 + 


70 


69.1 


7.0 


53 


75.7 


5.0 


17 


54.3 


71.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


68 


54.0 


83.0 


49 


55.1 


83.0 


19 


51.4 


69.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


17 


13.5 


35.0 


13 


14.6 


31.0 


4 


10.8 


38.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


41 


32.5 


20.0 


27 


30.3 


18.0 


14 


37.8 


32.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


49 


0.1 


90.0 


33 


0.1 


92.0 


16 


0.1 


73.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


39 


79.6 


53.0 


26 


78.8 


47.0 


13 


81.3 


64.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. 


MARRIAGES 


127 


8.7 


48.0 


18. 


DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 


17 


1.2 


95.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GUILFORD COUNTY 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR> 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



298055 


5.7 


2.0 


140383 


47.1 


99.0 


157672 


52.9 


2.0 


2060 


6.9 


40.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



230031 5.7 2.0 

108522 47.2 98.0 

121509 52.8 3.0 

1241 5.4 45.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



68024 5.7 2.0 

31861 46.8 81.0 

36163 53.2 20.0 

819 12.0 38.0 



4564 


15.3 


67.0 


3104 


13.5 


72.0 


1460 


21.5 


52.0 


2408 


8.1 


61.0 


1658 


7.2 


59.0 


750 


11.0 


45.0 


2156 


7.2 


73. C 


1446 


6.3 


81.0 


710 


10.4 


58.0 


4556 


99.8 


33.0 


3101 


99.9 


57.0 


1455 


99.7 


35.0 


7 


0.2 


52.0 


3 


0.1 


31.0 


4 


0.3 


53.0 


1 


0.0 


53.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.1 


40.0 


422 


9.2 


40.0 


222 


7.2 


43.0 


200 


13.7 


46.0 


599 


13.1 


50.0 


122 


3.9 


44. C 


477 


32.7 


67.0 


5281 


5.9 


3.0 


3822 


6.2 


3.0 


1459 


5.3 


3.0 


4351 


82.4 


50.0 


2933 


76.7 


47.0 


1418 


97.2 


17.0 



37 


29.6 


60.0 


74 


23.6 


68.0 


63 


42.3 


39.0 


65 


14.0 


59.0 


37 


11.8 


55.0 


28 


18.8 


49.0 


64 


98.5 


63.0 


36 


97.3 


81.0 


28 


100.0 


25.5 


1 


1.5 


25.0 


1 


2.7 


9.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


12 


18.5 


45.0 


1 


2.7 


30.0 


11 


39.3 


40.0 


72 


15.8 


50.0 


37 


11.9 


59.0 


35 


24.0 


32.0 


20 


4.5 


71.0 


10 


3.3 


51.0 


10 


7.0 


60.0 


92 


20.2 


64.0 


47 


15.1 


68.0 


45 


30.8 


45.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


2504 


8.4 


85.0 


1863 


8.1 


83.0 


641 


9.4 


76.0 




MALES 


1384 


9.9 


87.0 


1056 


9.7 


83.0 


328 


10.3 


78.0 




FEMALES 


1120 


7.1 


65.0 


807 


6.6 


77.0 


313 


8.7 


51.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


114 


4.8 


65.0 


58 


3.5 


71. C 


56 


8.1 


51.0 




5-14 


24 


0.4 


59.0 


15 


0.3 


55.0 


9 


0.6 


36.0 




15-24 


89 


1.5 


50.0 


61 


1.4 


47.0 


28 


1.7 


52.0 




25-34 


82 


2.1 


54.0 


53 


1.8 


42.0 


29 


3.6 


61.0 




35-44 


115 


3.2 


76.0 


64 


2.2 


81.0 


51 


7.8 


42.0 




45-54 


269 


7.9 


60.0 


182 


6.5 


70.0 


87 


14.7 


48.0 




55-64 


441 


17.5 


50.0 


332 


16.1 


53.0 


109 


23.8 


55.0 




65* 


1370 


57.1 


63.0 


1098 


55.5 


71.0 


272 


64.4 


39.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


1590 


63.5 


28.0 


1135 


60.9 


57.0 


455 


71.0 


13.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


363 


14.5 


21.0 


315 


16.9 


10.0 


48 


7.5 


64.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


551 


22.0 


89.0 


413 


22.2 


75.0 


138 


21.5 


84.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2609 


5.5 


3.0 


1990 


5.7 


3.0 


619 


4.9 


4.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


2182 


83.6 


41.0 


1603 


80.6 


40.0 


579 


93.5 


26.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



2974 
1307 



10.0 
4.4 



33.0 
6.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 

3- 41 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HALIFAX COUNTY 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3- TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



52742 


1, 


.0 


32.0 


25303 


48. 


.0 


73.0 


27439 


52. 


.0 


28.0 


416 


7, 


.9 


26.0 



27429 0.7 47.0 25313 2.1 9.0 

13244 48.3 69.0 12059 47.6 63.0 

14185 51.7 32.0 13254 52.4 38.0 

78 2.8 74.0 338 13.4 26.0 



987 


18.7 


15.0 


373 


13.6 


65.0 


614 


24.3 


26.0 


482 


9.1 


33.0 


187 


6.8 


77. 


295 


11.7 


37.0 


505 


9.6 


10.0 


186 


6.8 


60.0 


319 


12.6 


22.0 


795 


80.5 


99.0 


372 


99.7 


74.5 


423 


68.9 


95.0 


13 


1.3 


14.0 





0.0 


69.0 


13 


2.1 


19.0 


179 


18.1 


2.0 


1 


0.3 


11.5 


178 


29.0 


2.0 


87 


8.8 


51.0 


22 


5.9 


70.0 


65 


10.6 


74.0 


286 


29.0 


6.0 


12 


3.2 


57.0 


274 


44.6 


17.0 


957 


1.1 


30.0 


338 


0.5 


51.0 


619 


2.3 


12.0 


802 


83.8 


45.0 


280 


82.8 


33.0 


522 


84.3 


60.0 



FETAL E 

M K T / 



I N F 
L I T 



ANT 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



55 


54.1 


5.0 


19 


50.1 


5.0 


36 


56.5 


14.0 


29 


28.5 


5.0 


6 


15.8 


30.0 


23 


36.1 


10.0 


20 


69.0 


93.0 


6 


1C0.0 


40.5 


14 


60.9 


74.0 


2 


6.9 


11.0 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


8.7 


12.0 


7 


24.1 


2.0 





0.0 


48.0 


7 


30.4 


5.0 


10 


34.5 


17.0 


1 


16.7 


9.0 


9 


39.1 


41.0 


26 


26.3 


9.0 


13 


34.9 


2.0 


13 


21.2 


39.0 


8 


8.3 


26.0 


2 


5.6 


28.0 


6 


10.0 


47.0 


34 


34.4 


9.0 


15 


40.2 


3.0 


19 


30.9 


44.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


571 


10.8 


32.0 


295 


10.8 


31.0 


276 


10.9 


51.0 




MALES 


322 


12.7 


37.0 


168 


12.7 


39. C 


154 


12.8 


54.0 




FEMALES 


249 


9.1 


30.0 


127 


9.0 


27.0 


122 


9.2 


43.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


46 


11.4 


3.0 


20 


12.2 


l.C 


26 


10.8 


33.0 




5-14 


12 


1.0 


8.0 


3 


0.6 


27.0 


9 


1.3 


8.0 




15-24 


17 


1.8 


40.0 


6 


1.4 


49.0 


11 


2.2 


39.0 




25-34 


15 


2.9 


21.0 


5 


1.6 


49.0 


10 


4.6 


45.0 




35-44 


18 


3.1 


80.0 


6 


1.8 


88.0 


12 


4.8 


75.0 




45-54 


63 


10.1 


25.0 


33 


8.7 


24.0 


30 


12.5 


62.0 




55-64 


95 


18.4 


37.0 


54 


16.5 


45.0 


41 


21.5 


64.0 




65* 


305 


57.8 


59.0 


168 


53.8 


77.0 


137 


63.6 


47.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


321 


56.2 


71.0 


179 


60.7 


60.0 


142 


51.4 


68.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


67 


11.7 


57.0 


43 


14.6 


32.0 


24 


8.7 


52.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


183 


32.0 


23.0 


73 


24.7 


57.0 


110 


39.9 


26.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


573 


1.2 


25.0 


303 


0.9 


39.0 


270 


2.1 


14.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


421 


73.5 


74.0 


212 


70.0 


80.0 


209 


77.4 


74.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



1 7. 
LR. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



810 
143 



15.4 
2.7 



11.0 
55.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HARNETT COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



49989 1.0 36.0 

24626 49.3 23.0 

25363 50.7 78.0 

427 8.5 19.0 



37708 0.9 35. C 

18651 49.5 13.0 

19057 50.5 88.0 

268 7.1 20. C 



12281 1.0 34.0 

5975 48.7 33.0 

6306 51.3 68.0 

159 12.9 30.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


957 


19.1 


10.0 


64 3 


17.1 


16. C 


314 


25.6 


20.0 




MALES 


493 


9.9 


10.0 


344 


9.1 


12. C 


149 


12.1 


31.0 




FEMALES 


464 


9.3 


14.0 


299 


7.9 


25.0 


165 


13.4 


15.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


937 


97.9 


80.0 


642 


99.8 


61. C 


295 


93.9 


81.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


61.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.3 


50.0 




MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 


19 


2.0 


17.0 


1 


0.2 


14.0 


18 


5.7 


13.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


76 


7.9 


70.0 


37 


5.8 


72.0 


39 


12.4 


59.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


141 


14.7 


43.0 


17 


2.6 


75.0 


124 


39.5 


39.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


557 


0.6 


48.0 


294 


0.5 


53. C 


263 


1.0 


34.0 




Tl) RESIDENTS 


429 


77.0 


64.0 


210 


71.4 


55.5 


219 


83.3 


62.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNS-ONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



34 


34.9 


34.0 


15 


23. 1 


70.0 


19 


58.5 


13.0 


17 


17.5 


38.0 


6 


9.2 


74. 


11 


33.8 


14.0 


17 


100.0 


31.5 


6 


1CO.0 


40.5 


11 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


6 


35.3 


16.0 





0.0 


61.5 


6 


54.5 


24.0 


17 


17.8 


44.0 


9 


14.0 


50.0 


8 


25.5 


29.0 


5 


5.3 


62.0 


2 


3.2 


52.5 


3 


9.8 


48.0 


22 


23.0 


48.0 


11 


17.1 


57. C 


11 


35.0 


36.0 



DEATHS 



(EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


530 


10.6 


37.0 


375 


9.9 


50.0 


155 


12.6 


27.0 




MALES 


336 


13.6 


27.0 


239 


12.8 


36. C 


97 


16.2 


22.0 




FEMALES 


194 


7.6 


57.0 


136 


7.1 


62.0 


58 


9.2 


44.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


23 


5.8 


47.0 


11 


4. 1 


56.0 


12 


9.4 


43.0 




5-14 


6 


0.6 


28.0 


4 


0.7 


23.0 


2 


0.6 


33.0 




15-24 


24 


2.1 


27.0 


14 


1.7 


36. C 


10 


3.6 


17.0 




25-34 


23 


4.1 


8.0 


1 1 


2.4 


15.0 


12 


10.7 


6.0 




35-44 


36 


6.6 


9.0 


19 


4.4 


15.0 


17 


14.5 


9.0 




45-54 


67 


12.3 


7.0 


43 


9.8 


11.0 


24 


22.0 


10.0 




55-64 


103 


21.0 


23.0 


76 


19. 1 


23.0 


27 


29.7 


29.0 




65 + 


248 


60.7 


44.0 


197 


59.4 


44. C 


51 


66.2 


34.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


300 


56.6 


68.0 


224 


59.7 


64. C 


76 


49.0 


77.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


64 


12.1 


50.0 


44 


11.7 


60. C 


20 


12.9 


27.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


166 


31.3 


26.0 


107 


28.5 


27.0 


59 


38.1 


30.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


510 


1.1 


30.0 


379 


1.1 


30.0 


131 


1.0 


32.0 




TO RESIOENTS 


338 


66.3 


86.0 


236 


62.3 


89.0 


102 


77.9 


72.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



305 
162 



6.1 
3.2 



85.0 
30.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



F t 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

HAYWOOO COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE N N W H I T E 

# * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUHBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 
6- OUT OF WEDLOCK 
7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



42161 


0.8 


42.0 


20474 


48.6 


41.0 


216B7 


51.4 


60.0 


231 


5.5 


70.0 



41330 1.0 32. C 

20071 48.6 47.0 

21259 51.4 54.0 

232 5.6 43.0 



T A L £ I N F A 
MORTALITY 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

E A T H S (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



831 0.1 88.0 

403 48.5 37.0 

428 51.5 64.0 

-1 -1.2 97.0 



619 


14.7 


78.0 


608 


14.7 


48.0 


11 


13.2 


96.0 


320 


7.6 


77.0 


315 


7.6 


47. C 


5 


6.0 


95.0 


299 


7.1 


79.0 


293 


7.1 


52. C 


6 


7.2 


92.0 


619 


100.0 


9.5 


608 


1CC.0 


26.0 


11 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


47 


7.6 


74.0 


44 


7.2 


40.0 


3 


27.3 


5.0 


46 


7.4 


78.0 


43 


7. 1 


5.0 


3 


27.3 


79.0 


490 


0.5 


52.0 


481 


0.8 


40.0 


9 


0.0 


77.0 


476 


97.1 


9.0 


468 


97.3 


5.C 


8 


88.9 


42.5 



27 


42.6 


14.0 


27 


43.3 


8.0 





0.0 


89.5 


15 


23.7 


15.0 


15 


24.1 


11. C 





0.0 


86.5 


14 


93.3 


76.0 


14 


93.3 


86.0 









1 


6.7 


12.5 


1 


6.7 


6.0 












0.0 


55.5 





CO 


48.0 









1 


6.7 


66.0 


1 


6.7 


23.0 









12 


19.4 


36.0 


12 


19.7 


24.0 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


3.3 


82.0 


2 


3.4 


50.0 





0.0 


84.5 


14 


22.6 


50.0 


14 


23.0 


24.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


388 


9.2 


65.0 


376 


9.1 


66.0 


12 


14.4 


11.0 




MALES 


235 


11.5 


61.0 


227 


11.3 


57.0 


8 


19.9 


7.0 




FEMALES 


153 


7.1 


66.0 


149 


7.0 


65.0 


4 


9.3 


40.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


14 


4.3 


79.0 


14 


4.4 


46.0 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


1 


0.1 


86.0 


1 


0.1 


73.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


4 


0.6 


95.0 


4 


0.6 


89. 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


3 


0.6 


94.0 


3 


0.6 


88.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


16 


3.2 


78.0 


15 


3.0 


52. C 


1 


10.2 


30.0 




45-54 


41 


7.6 


67.0 


39 


7.3 


50.0 


2 


20.0 


13.0 




55-64 


57 


13.6 


87.0 


55 


13.4 


80.0 


2 


20.6 


68.0 




65» 


252 


51.9 


86.0 


245 


51.6 


89.0 


7 


67.3 


31.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


239 


61.6 


41.0 


231 


61.4 


51.0 


8 


66.7 


21.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


57 


14.7 


19.0 


56 


14.9 


27.0 


1 


8.3 


57.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


92 


23.7 


77.0 


89 


23.7 


61.0 


3 


25.0 


73.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


411 


0.9 


38.5 


399 


1.1 


28.0 


12 


0.1 


76.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


312 


75.9 


65.0 


303 


75.9 


59.0 


9 


75.0 


78.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



426 
143 



10.1 
3.4 



32.0 
25.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HENDERSON COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



3. 



I R T H S 



TOTAL 
MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHCR 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL 
M R 



6 INFANT 
r A L I T Y 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



44296 0.9 

21181 47.8 

23115 52.2 

226 5.1 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFAMT DEATHS IUNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



39.0 


42280 


1.1 


31. C 


2016 


0.2 


78.0 


81.0 


20214 


47.8 


89.0 


967 


48.0 


54.0 


20.0 


22066 


52.2 


12.0 


1049 


52.0 


47.0 


72.0 


220 


5.2 


51.0 


6 


3.0 


93.0 



690 


15.6 


63.0 


656 


15.5 


33.0 


34 


16.9 


86.0 


367 


8.3 


54.0 


352 


8.3 


26.0 


15 


7.4 


92.0 


323 


7.3 


71.0 


304 


7.2 


46.0 


19 


9.4 


73.0 


690 


100.0 


9.5 


656 


1C0.0 


26.0 


34 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





CO 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


57 


8.3 


62.0 


47 


7.2 


42.0 


10 


29.4 


3.0 


41 


5.9 


84.0 


28 


4.3 


36. C 


13 


38.2 


43.5 


847 


0.9 


33.0 


806 


1.3 


24.0 


41 


0.1 


67.0 


628 


74.1 


67.0 


597 


74.1 


54.0 


31 


75.6 


71.0 



20 


28.6 


67.0 


18 


27.1 


48.0 


2 


55.6 


16.0 


9 


12.9 


68.0 


7 


10.6 


65. 


2 


55.6 


4.0 


9 


100.0 


31.5 


7 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


11 


15.9 


49.0 


11 


16.8 


35.0 





0.0 


86.0 


3 


4.4 


73.0 


3 


4.7 


36.0 





0.0 


84.5 


14 


20.3 


63.0 


14 


21.3 


31.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


464 


10.5 


39.0 


436 


10.3 


38.0 


28 


13.9 


13.0 




MALES 


269 


12.7 


38.0 


254 


12.6 


40.0 


15 


15.5 


26.0 




FEMALES 


195 


8.4 


44.0 


182 


8.2 


45.0 


13 


12.4 


10.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


17 


5.1 


61.0 


16 


5.0 


32. C 


1 


5.9 


70.0 




5-14 


1 


0.1 


87.0 


1 


0.1 


74.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


6 


0.9 


84.0 


6 


1.0 


71.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


13 


2.4 


45.0 


10 


1.9 


33.0 


3 


14.0 


3.0 




35-44 


21 


4.3 


39.0 


18 


3.8 


27. C 


3 


17.3 


6.0 




45-54 


29 


5.7 


93.0 


29 


5.9 


79.0 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


61 


12.6 


93.0 


51 


11.0 


95.0 


10 


48.8 


7.0 




65* 


316 


51.8 


87.0 


305 


52.0 


86.0 


11 


46.8 


85.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


292 


62.9 


34.0 


277 


63.5 


34.0 


15 


53.6 


60.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


52 


11.2 


62.0 


49 


11.2 


67.0 


3 


10.7 


39.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


120 


25.9 


60.0 


110 


25.2 


53.0 


10 


35.7 


38.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


472 


1.0 


31.0 


440 


1.3 


23.0 


32 


0.3 


67.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


370 


78.4 


58.0 


345 


78.4 


50.0 


25 


78.1 


71.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



339 
130 



7.7 
2.9 



70.0 
43.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

HERTFORD COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



RATE RANK 



23711 0.5 64.0 

11322 47.7 84.0 

12389 52.3 17.0 

137 5.8 67.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10763 0.3 77.0 

5121 47.6 94.0 

5642 52.4 7.0 

-4 -0.4 89.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12948 1.1 29.0 

6201 47.9 55.0 

6747 52.1 46.0 

141 10.9 42.0 



381 


16.1 


53.0 


108 


10.0 


93.0 


273 


21.1 


57.0 


195 


8.2 


56.0 


63 


5.9 


90.0 


132 


10.2 


62.0 


186 


7.8 


54.0 


45 


4.2 


96.0 


141 


10.9 


42.0 


373 


97.9 


81.0 


108 


100.0 


26.0 


265 


97.1 


70.0 


8 


2.1 


8.0 





0.0 


69.0 


8 


2.9 


14.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


47 


12.3 


3.0 


6 


5.6 


75.0 


41 


15.0 


27.0 


89 


23.4 


16.0 


3 


2.8 


69.0 


86 


31.5 


72.0 


687 


0.8 


41.5 


212 


0.3 


58.0 


475 


1.7 


19.0 


349 


50.8 


88.0 


85 


40. 1 


86.0 


264 


55.6 


85.0 



FETAL 
M R 



E, INFANT 
T A L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNFONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



14 


36.4 


31.0 


5 


45.5 


6.5 


9 


32.7 


58.0 


4 


10.4 


82.0 


2 


18.2 


25.0 


2 


7.3 


70.0 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


25.0 


33.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


50.0 


28.0 


10 


26.2 


10.0 


3 


27.8 


6. 5 


7 


25.6 


28.0 


1 


2.7 


86.0 





0.0 


84.0 


1 


3.8 


69.0 


11 


28.9 


20.0 


3 


27.8 


13.0 


8 


29.3 


50.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


244 


10.3 


45.0 


112 


10.4 


35.0 


132 


10.2 


62.0 




MALES 


146 


12.9 


34.0 


67 


13.1 


31.0 


79 


12.7 


55.0 




FEMALES 


98 


7.9 


50.0 


45 


8.0 


49.0 


53 


7.9 


69.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


6.2 


39.0 


3 


4.7 


37.0 


8 


7.0 


62.0 




5-14 


1 


0.2 


83.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


0.3 


53.0 




15-24 


8 


1.9 


36.0 


1 


0.6 


90.0 


7 


2.7 


23.0 




25-34 


6 


2.5 


39.0 


2 


1.5 


56.0 


4 


3.9 


58.0 




35-44 


8 


3.2 


77.0 


2 


1.6 


91.0 


6 


4.8 


73.0 




45-54 


29 


10.3 


23.0 


10 


7.3 


51.0 


19 


13.1 


58.0 




55-64 


42 


18.2 


40.0 


20 


16.4 


50.0 


22 


20.1 


70.0 




65 + 


139 


61.0 


38.0 


74 


58.4 


50.0 


65 


64.2 


41.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


161 


66.0 


17.0 


71 


63.4 


36.0 


90 


68.2 


16.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


18 


7.4 


89.0 


12 


10.7 


72.0 


6 


4.5 


81.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


65 


26.6 


55.0 


29 


25.9 


44.0 


36 


27.3 


66.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


335 


0.7 


49.0 


162 


0.5 


57.0 


173 


1.4 


22.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


196 


58.5 


94.0 


83 


51.2 


96.0 


113 


65.3 


89.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



201 
43 



8.5 
1.8 



55.0 
82.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HOKE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



16454 0.3 76.0 

8326 50.6 5.0 

8128 49.4 96.0 

210 12.8 6.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



7515 0.2 86.0 

3836 51.0 5.0 

3679 49.0 96.0 

49 6.5 30.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8939 0.8 51.0 

4490 50.2 15.0 

4449 49.8 86.0 

161 18.0 12.0 



359 


21.8 


6.0 


108 


14.4 


53.0 


251 


28.1 


12.0 


180 


10.9 


8.0 


52 


6.9 


73.0 


128 


14.3 


11.0 


179 


10.9 


6.0 


56 


7.5 


39.0 


123 


13.8 


13.0 


359 


100.0 


9.5 


108 


1C0.0 


26.0 


251 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


43 


12.0 


5.0 


9 


8.3 


17.0 


34 


13.5 


48.0 


109 


30.4 


5.0 


8 


7.4 


3.0 


101 


40.2 


35.0 





0.0 


97.5 





0.0 


94.0 





0.0 


96.0 
























8 


22.0 


89.0 





0.0 


98.5 


8 


31.3 


61.5 


5 


13.7 


63.0 





CO 


96.5 


5 


19.5 


46.0 


5 


100.0 


31.5 









5 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 












0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 












0.0 


43.5 


3 


60.0 


4.0 









3 


60.0 


21.5 


3 


8.4 


87.0 





0.0 


95.5 


3 


12.0 


66.0 


7 


19.7 


5.0 





0.0 


84.0 


7 


28.2 


8.0 


10 


27.9 


25.5 





0.0 


96.5 


10 


39.8 


26.0 



TOTAL 


149 


9.1 


68.0 


59 


7.9 


89.0 


90 


10.1 


63.0 


MALES 


92 


11.0 


68.0 


37 


9.6 


84.0 


55 


12.2 


63.0 


FEMALES 


57 


7.0 


71.0 


22 


6.0 


89.0 


35 


7.9 


68.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


13 


8.8 


11.0 


1 


1.7 


92. C 


12 


13.3 


20.0 


5-14 


3 


0.7 


24.0 


1 


0.6 


24.0 


2 


0.7 


28.0 


15-24 


10 


3.1 


7.0 


3 


2.3 


19.0 


7 


3.6 


18.0 


25-34 


5 


2.7 


28.0 


1 


1.0 


84.0 


4 


4.8 


42.0 


35-44 


5 


3.1 


79.0 


1 


1.2 


95.0 


4 


5.3 


69.0 


45-54 


15 


9.1 


36.0 


8 


8.6 


27.0 


7 


9.8 


76.0 


55-64 


26 


21.3 


20.0 


12 


18.4 


26.0 


14 


24.5 


49.0 


65* 


72 


62.9 


29.0 


32 


50.6 


90.0 


40 


78.3 


13.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


77 


51.7 


87.0 


33 


55.9 


80.0 


44 


48.9 


78.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


18 


12.1 


49.0 


11 


18.6 


5.0 


7 


7.8 


62.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


54 


36.2 


11.0 


15 


25.4 


52.0 


39 


43.3 


19.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


145 


0.3 


71.5 


65 


0.2 


82.0 


80 


0.6 


48.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


53 


36.6 


99.0 


15 


23.1 


100.0 


38 


47.5 


95.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



69 
39 



4.2 
2.4 



97.0 
68.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 47 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HYDE COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



5529 0.1 97.0 

2684 48.5 44.0 

2845 51.5 57.0 

10 1.8 92.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



3254 0.1 99.0 

1591 48.9 33.0 

1663 51.1 68.0 

-9 -2.8 93.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



2275 0.2 76.0 

1093 48.0 51.0 

1182 52.0 50.0 

19 8.4 74.0 



84 


15.2 


70.0 


41 


12.6 


89.0 


43 


18.9 


74.0 


41 


7.4 


83.0 


22 


6.8 


79.0 


19 


8.4 


83.0 


43 


7.8 


57.0 


19 


5.8 


89.0 


24 


10.5 


53.0 


78 


92.9 


94.0 


41 


100.0 


26.0 


37 


86.0 


91.0 


4 


4.8 


3.0 





0.0 


69.0 


4 


9.3 


3.0 


2 


2.4 


13.0 





0.0 


63.0 


2 


4.7 


14.0 


10 


11.9 


7.0 


2 


4.9 


86.0 


8 


18.6 


9.0 


29 


34.5 


2.0 


3 


7.3 


4.0 


26 


60.5 


2.0 


5 


0.0 


86.5 





0.0 


94.0 


5 


0.0 


82.0 


5 


100.0 


4.5 









5 


100.0 


6.0 



7 


81.4 


2.0 


1 


24.4 


61.0 


6 


133.3 


1.0 


2 


23.3 


17.5 





0.0 


96.5 


2 


44.4 


5.0 


2 


100.0 


31.5 









2 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 












0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 












0.0 


43.5 


2 


100.0 


1.5 









2 


100.0 


4.0 


5 


59.5 


1.0 


1 


24.4 


10.0 


4 


93.0 


1.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


5 


59.5 


2.0 


1 


24.4 


21.0 


4 


93.0 


3.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


74 


13.4 


7.0 


50 


15.4 


4.0 


24 


10.5 


58.0 




MALES 


42 


15.6 


7.0 


31 


19.5 


4.0 


11 


10.1 


79.0 




FEMALES 


32 


11.2 


7.0 


19 


11.4 


9.0 


13 


11.0 


21.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


13.7 


1.0 


2 


9.0 


3.5 


4 


18.5 


6.0 




5-14 


1 


0.9 


13.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


1.7 


6.0 




15-24 


1 


1.1 


73.0 


1 


2.1 


25.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


1.8 


68.0 


I 


3.0 


8.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


4 


8.2 


3.0 


3 


9.5 


2.0 


1 


5.9 


64.0 




45-54 


4 


6.9 


82.0 


3 


7.5 


46.0 


1 


5.6 


89.0 




55-64 


13 


18.1 


41.0 


10 


20.4 


17.0 


3 


13.2 


88.0 




65 + 


44 


61.7 


35.0 


30 


62.5 


28.0 


14 


60.1 


55.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


45 


60.8 


48.0 


30 


60.0 


62.0 


15 


62.5 


31.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


6 


B.l 


82.0 


5 


10.0 


77.5 


1 


4.2 


84.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


23 


31.1 


29.0 


15 


30.0 


20.0 


8 


33.3 


49.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


26 


0.1 


96.5 


16 


0.0 


97.0 


10 


0.1 


81.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


21 


80.8 


49.0 


13 


81.3 


37.0 


8 


80.0 


67.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



47 

7 



8.5 
1.3 



53.0 
94.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
IREDELL COUNTY 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEOLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



A L £ INF 
R T A L I T 



ANT 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



4372 


1.4 


20.0 


5774 


48.1 


69.0 


8598 


51.9 


32.0 


439 


5.9 


64.0 



61658 1.5 17.0 

29720 48.2 73.0 

31938 51.8 28.0 

249 4.0 62.0 



12714 1.1 31.0 

6054 47.6 66.0 

6660 52.4 35.0 

190 14.9 21.0 



1175 


15.8 


56.0 


8 54 


13.9 


59.0 


321 


25.2 


21.0 


606 


8.1 


59.0 


452 


7.3 


56.0 


154 


12.1 


32.0 


569 


7.7 


62.0 


402 


6.5 


71.0 


167 


13.1 


17.0 


1174 


99.9 


20.0 


854 


100.0 


26.0 


320 


99.7 


33.0 


I 


0.1 


66.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.3 


51.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


104 


8.9 


49.0 


55 


6.4 


56.0 


49 


15.3 


21.0 


163 


13.9 


48.0 


36 


4.2 


37.0 


127 


39.6 


38.0 


1365 


1.5 


19.0 


1028 


1.7 


18.0 


337 


1.2 


26.5 


1076 


78.8 


58.0 


768 


74.7 


51.0 


308 


91.4 


32.0 



41 


34.4 


38.0 


24 


27.7 


46.0 


17 


52.0 


25.0 


18 


15.1 


51.0 


12 


13.9 


42. 


6 


18.3 


50.0 


17 


94.4 


72.5 


12 


100.0 


40.5 


5 


83.3 


63.5 


1 


5.6 


15.5 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


16.7 


7.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


27.8 


28.0 


1 


8.3 


19.0 


4 


66.7 


16.5 


23 


19.6 


35.0 


12 


14.1 


47.0 


11 


34.3 


14.0 


9 


7.8 


29.0 


2 


2.4 


61.0 


7 


22.6 


11.0 


3? 


27.2 


29.0 


14 


16.4 


61.5 


18 


56.1 


10.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


736 


9.9 


54.0 


605 


9.8 


52.0 


131 


10.3 


61.0 




MALES 


381 


10.7 


77.0 


303 


10.2 


75.0 


78 


12.9 


51.0 




FEMALES 


355 


9.2 


23.0 


302 


9.5 


20.0 


53 


8.0 


65.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


39 


6.6 


34.0 


2C 


4.3 


48.0 


19 


14.6 


12.0 




5-14 


4 


0.3 


76.0 


4 


0.3 


56.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


8 


0.6 


93.0 


7 


0.7 


86.0 


1 


0.4 


74.0 




25-34 


24 


2.6 


33.0 


15 


1.9 


28.0 


9 


6.2 


23.0 




35-44 


36 


4.1 


46.0 


16 


2.1 


86.0 


20 


17.6 


5.0 




45-54 


80 


9.0 


43.0 


66 


8.6 


28.0 


14 


11.9 


67.0 




55-64 


112 


14.9 


79.0 


93 


14.3 


72.0 


19 


18.8 


76.0 




65* 


433 


63.8 


24.0 


384 


64.9 


21.0 


49 


56.8 


63.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


445 


60.5 


50.0 


369 


61.0 


56.0 


76 


58.0 


41.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


105 


14.3 


23.0 


94 


15.5 


19.0 


11 


8.4 


55.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


186 


25.3 


67.0 


142 


23.5 


68.0 


44 


33.6 


47.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


725 


1.5 


20.0 


6C1 


1.7 


14.0 


124 


1.0 


34.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


560 


77.2 


61.0 


448 


74.5 


63.0 


112 


90.3 


41.0 



THER EVENTS 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



591 
202 



7.9 
2.7 



64.0 
54.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
JACKSON COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



22450 


0.4 


67.0 


11175 


49.8 


10.0 


11275 


50.2 


91.0 


146 


6.5 


51.0 



20045 0.5 55.0 

9985 49.8 11.0 

10060 50.2 90.0 

104 5.2 52.0 



2405 0.2 74.0 

1190 49.5 19.0 

1215 50.5 82.0 

42 17.5 14.0 



330 


14.7 


77.0 


271 


13.5 


67. 


59 


24.5 


25.0 


188 


8.4 


50.0 


153 


7.6 


45.0 


35 


14.6 


9.0 


142 


6.3 


97.0 


118 


5.9 


88.0 


24 


10.0 


66.0 


329 


99.7 


42.0 


270 


99.6 


80.0 


59 


100.0 


16.0 


1 


0.3 


45.0 


1 


0.4 


14.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


21 


6.4 


91.0 


19 


7.0 


46.0 


2 


3.4 


93.0 


39 


11.8 


61.0 


18 


6.6 


7.0 


21 


35.6 


55.0 


396 


0.4 


57.0 


379 


0.6 


47.0 


17 


0.1 


73.0 


247 


62.4 


84.0 


236 


62.3 


72.0 


11 


64.7 


78.0 



FETAL 6 
M R T I 



I N F A N T 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



7 


21.0 


94.0 


7 


25.5 


56.0 





0.0 


89.5 


4 


12.0 


75.0 


4 


14.5 


38. 





0.0 


86.5 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


1C0.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









3 


9.1 


84.5 


3 


11.1 


66.0 





0.0 


86.0 


3 


9.2 


22.0 


1 


3.7 


46.0 


2 


33.9 


4.0 


6 


18.2 


80.0 


4 


14.8 


70.0 


2 


33.9 


38.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


184 


8.2 


88.0 


167 


8.3 


80.0 


17 


7. 1 


94.0 




MALES 


107 


9.6 


89.0 


100 


10.0 


78. C 


7 


5.9 


95.0 




FEMALES 


77 


6.8 


75.0 


67 


6.7 


76.0 


10 


8.2 


60.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


3.7 


89.0 


4 


3.0 


80. C 


2 


7.8 


53.0 




5-14 


1 


0.3 


74.0 


1 


0.4 


53.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


4 


0.6 


94.0 


3 


0.5 


92.0 


1 


2.1 


42.0 




25-34 


6 


2.2 


51.0 


5 


2.1 


24.0 


1 


3.4 


63.5 




35-44 


3 


1.5 


96.0 


2 


1.1 


96.0 


1 


4.6 


76.0 




45-54 


19 


8.9 


44.0 


16 


8.2 


31.0 


3 


16.4 


29.0 




55-64 


32 


15.7 


72.0 


30 


16.2 


51.0 


2 


10.9 


91.0 




65+ 


113 


54.2 


79.0 


106 


54.6 


73.0 


7 


49.0 


83.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


113 


61.4 


44.0 


103 


61.7 


49.0 


10 


58.8 


38.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


21 


11.4 


59.5 


21 


12.6 


52.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


50 


27.2 


51.0 


43 


25.7 


48.0 


7 


41.2 


20.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


172 


0.4 


66.5 


167 


0.5 


54.0 


5 


0.0 


87.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


128 


74.4 


71.0 


124 


74.3 


65.0 


4 


80.0 


67.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



239 
26 



10.6 
1.2 



25.0 
96.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 50 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
JOHNSTON COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 
T. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS I 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



61468 1.2 25.0 

29519 48.0 70.0 

31949 52.0 31.0 

316 5.1 71.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



48572 1.2 26. C 

23518 48.4 58.0 

25054 51.6 43.0 

201 4.1 61.0 



N N W H I T E 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12896 1.1 30.0 

6001 46.5 87.0 

6895 53.5 14.0 

115 8.9 71.0 



1028 


16.7 


47.0 


746 


15.4 


37.0 


282 


21.9 


46.0 


537 


8.7 


43.0 


403 


8.3 


27.0 


134 


10.4 


58.0 


49 1 


8.0 


47.0 


343 


7. 1 


54.0 


148 


11.5 


33.0 


1023 


99.5 


57.0 


744 


99.7 


74.5 


279 


98.9 


55.0 


1 


0.1 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.4 


48.0 


4 


0.4 


26.0 


2 


0.3 


11.5 


2 


0.7 


26.0 


74 


7.2 


82.0 


37 


5.0 


84.0 


37 


13.1 


53.0 


127 


12.4 


55.0 


30 


4.0 


42.0 


97 


34.4 


61.0 


811 


0.9 


35.0 


570 


0.9 


33.0 


241 


0.9 


39.0 


730 


90.0 


25.0 


495 


86.8 


28.0 


235 


97.5 


13.0 



39 


37.4 


27.0 


31 


40.8 


10.0 


8 


28.1 


69.0 


16 


15.3 


50.0 


13 


17.1 


27.0 


3 


10.5 


68.0 


16 


100.0 


31.5 


13 


100.0 


40.5 


3 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


3 


18.8 


44.0 


2 


15.4 


10. C 


1 


33.3 


48.0 


23 


22.4 


19.0 


18 


24.1 


12.0 


5 


17.7 


53.0 


3 


3.0 


83.0 


2 


2.7 


56.0 


1 


3.6 


70.0 


26 


25.3 


39.0 


20 


26.8 


15.0 


6 


21.3 


71.0 



TOTAL 


712 


11.6 


21.0 


54 5 


11.2 


24.0 


167 


12.9 


23.0 


MALES 


434 


14.7 


13.0 


325 


13.8 


24.0 


109 


18.2 


11.0 


FEMALES 


278 


8.7 


37.0 


220 


8.8 


30.0 


58 


8.4 


58.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


27 


5.5 


54.0 


20 


5.7 


19.0 


7 


5.1 


74.0 


5-14 


5 


0.4 


52.0 


3 


0.4 


52.0 


2 


0.6 


32.0 


15-24 


26 


2.3 


21.0 


15 


1.8 


30.0 


11 


4.0 


11.0 


25-34 


19 


2.5 


42.0 


14 


2.2 


20.0 


5 


3.8 


59.0 


35-44 


51 


7.7 


5.0 


28 


5.1 


5.0 


23 


19.7 


2.0 


45-54 


81 


10.5 


21.0 


60 


9.2 


16.0 


21 


17.2 


26.0 


55-64 


132 


21.0 


24.0 


97 


18.3 


27.0 


35 


35.9 


17.0 


65+ 


371 


66.7 


15.0 


308 


67.2 


17.0 


63 


64.4 


38.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


380 


53.4 


84.0 


310 


56.9 


76.0 


70 


41.9 


91.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


105 


14.7 


18.0 


74 


13.6 


43.0 


31 


18.6 


14.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


227 


31.9 


24.0 


161 


29.5 


23.0 


66 


39.5 


28.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


425 


0.9 


33.0 


323 


0.9 


34.5 


102 


0.8 


38.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


387 


91.1 


12.0 


299 


92.6 


8.0 


88 


86.3 


53.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



594 
173 



9.7 
2.8 



39.0 
49.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 51 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
JONES COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALSJ 



9502 0.2 88.0 

4641 48.8 35.0 

4861 51.2 66.0 

44 4.6 77.0 



5262 0.1 94.0 

2601 49.4 14.0 

2661 50.6 87.0 

7 1.3 85.0 



4240 0.4 66.0 

2040 48.1 48.0 

2200 51.9 53.0 

37 8.7 72.0 



135 


14.2 


84.0 


61 


11.6 


91.0 


74 


17.5 


83.0 


69 


7.3 


86.0 


27 


5.1 


98. C 


42 


9.9 


71.0 


66 


6.9 


83.0 


34 


6.5 


74.0 


32 


7.5 


89.5 


135 


100.0 


9.5 


61 


1C0.0 


26.0 


74 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


10 


7.4 


77.0 


3 


4.9 


85.0 


7 


9.5 


81.0 


43 


31.9 


3.0 


7 


11.5 


l.C 


36 


48.6 


7.0 





0.0 


97.5 





0.0 


94.0 





0.0 


96.0 
























3 


22.2 


88.0 


1 


16.4 


92.0 


2 


27.0 


72.5 





0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


96.5 





0.0 


86.5 






















































































3 


22.2 


21.0 


1 


16.4 


37.0 


2 


27.0 


24.0 


1 


7.6 


32.5 





0.0 


84.0 


1 


13.9 


33.0 


4 


29.6 


18.0 


1 


16.4 


61.5 


3 


40.5 


24.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


91 


9.6 


60.0 


54 


10.3 


41.0 


37 


8.7 


82.0 




MALES 


63 


13.6 


29.0 


39 


15.0 


12.0 


24 


11.8 


70.0 




FEMALES 


28 


5.8 


95.0 


15 


5.6 


93.0 


13 


5.9 


88.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


4 


5.6 


50.0 


1 


2.7 


83.0 


3 


8.8 


46.5 




5-14 


4 


1.9 


1.0 





0.0 


88. C 


4 


3.3 


1.0 




15-24 


2 


1.1 


70.0 





0.0 


97.0 


2 


2.3 


35.5 




25-34 


4 


4.2 


5.0 


2 


3.2 


5.0 


2 


6.1 


24.0 




35-44 


4 


4.4 


38.0 


2 


3.9 


26.0 


2 


5.1 


70.0 




45-54 


9 


7.6 


65.0 


5 


7.0 


59.0 


4 


8.7 


81.0 




55-64 


26 


25.6 


6.0 


17 


25.6 


3.0 


9 


25.6 


46.0 




65+ 


38 


45.7 


95.0 


27 


52.0 


87.0 


11 


35.3 


93.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


47 


51.6 


88.0 


34 


63.0 


41.0 


13 


35.1 


96.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


13.2 


40.0 


5 


9.3 


80.0 


7 


18.9 


11.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


32 


35.2 


13.0 


15 


27.8 


31.0 


17 


45.9 


11.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


36 


0.1 


93.0 


21 


0.1 


94.0 


15 


0.1 


74.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


30 


83.3 


42.5 


15 


71.4 


72.0 


15 


100. 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



92 
35 



9.7 
3.7 



38.0 
17.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
LEE COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



31344 


0.6 


52.0 


24054 


C.6 


51.0 


15089 


48.1 


65.0 


11659 


48.5 


55. C 


16255 


51.9 


36.0 


12395 


51.5 


46. C 


226 


7.2 


37.0 


155 


6.4 


35.0 



7290 0.6 56.0 

3430 47.1 78.0 

3860 52.9 23.0 

71 9.7 55.0 



557 


17.8 


30.0 


396 


16.5 


25.0 


161 


22.1 


44.0 


284 


9.1 


37.0 


2C4 


8.5 


22. C 


80 


11.0 


46.0 


273 


8.7 


29.0 


192 


8.0 


22.0 


81 


11. 1 


38.0 


557 


100.0 


9.5 


396 


1C0.0 


26.0 


161 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


61 


11.0 


15.0 


38 


9.6 


7.0 


23 


14.3 


36.0 


81 


14.5 


45.0 


12 


3.0 


64. 


69 


42.9 


26.0 


752 


0.8 


40.0 


534 


0.9 


35.0 


218 


0.8 


40.0 


524 


69.7 


72.0 


371 


69.5 


60.0 


153 


70.2 


75.0 



22 


38.9 


22.0 


14 


34.8 


19. C 


8 


48.8 


33.0 


9 


15.9 


46.0 


6 


14.9 


35.0 


3 


18.3 


51.0 


9 


100.0 


31.5 


6 


1C0.0 


40.5 


3 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





O.C 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


13 


23.3 


15.0 


8 


20.2 


19.0 


5 


31.1 


18.0 


4 


7.4 


34.0 


2 


5.2 


31.0 


2 


12.8 


37.0 


17 


30.5 


15.0 


10 


25.3 


17.0 


7 


43.5 


22.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


331 


10.6 


38.0 


241 


10.0 


46.0 


90 


12.3 


32.0 




MALES 


223 


14.8 


11.0 


162 


13.9 


23.0 


61 


17.8 


12.0 




FEMALES 


108 


6.6 


82.0 


79 


6.4 


84.0 


29 


7.5 


75.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


18 


7.3 


23.0 


11 


6.0 


16.0 


7 


10.9 


31.0 




5-14 


5 


0.8 


17.0 


5 


1.1 


7.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


8 


1.5 


54.0 


6 


1.5 


42.0 


2 


1.3 


61.5 




25-34 


12 


3.0 


18.0 


6 


1.8 


35.0 


6 


7.7 


11.0 




35-44 


12 


3.2 


74.0 


7 


2.3 


77.0 


5 


7.2 


50.0 




45-54 


38 


10.0 


26.0 


26 


8.7 


25.0 


12 


15.1 


44.5 




55-64 


70 


26.2 


5.0 


49 


22.5 


7.0 


21 


42.3 


10.0 




65+ 


168 


62.9 


30.0 


131 


61.0 


35.0 


37 


70.7 


26.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


210 


63.4 


29.0 


153 


63.5 


35.0 


57 


63.3 


28.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


36 


10.9 


65.0 


26 


10.8 


71.0 


lc 


,1.1 


34.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


85 


25.7 


62.0 


62 


25.7 


49.0 


23 


25.6 


71.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


353 


0.7 


45.0 


264 


0.8 


45.0 


89 


0.7 


43.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


246 


69.7 


81.0 


178 


67.4 


84.0 


68 


76.4 


76.0 



THER EVENTS 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



215 
154 



6.9 
4.9 



77.0 
2.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
LENOIR COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

* NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



5518B 


1.1 


31.0 


26137 


47.4 


96.0 


29051 


52.6 


5.0 


423 


7.7 


29.0 



35121 0.9 38.0 

16856 48. C 80.0 

18265 52.0 21.0 

178 5.1 54.0 



20067 1.7 14.0 

9281 46.3 90.0 

10786 53.7 11.0 

245 12.2 35.0 



TOTAL 




984 


17.8 


29.0 


527 


15.0 


41.0 


457 


22.8 


36.0 


MALES 




524 


9.5 


24.0 


278 


7.9 


37.0 


246 


12.3 


28.0 


FEMALES 




460 


8.3 


39.0 


249 


7.1 


51.0 


211 


10.5 


54.0 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


940 


95.5 


89.0 


526 


99.8 


67.0 


414 


90.6 


88.0 


PHYSICIAN NOT IN 


HOSPITAL 


7 


0.7 


25.0 


1 


0.2 


24.0 


6 


1.3 


26.0 


MIDWIFE AND OTHER 




37 


3.8 


9.0 





0.0 


63.0 


37 


8.1 


8.0 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 




88 


8.9 


45.0 


33 


6.3 


62.0 


55 


12.0 


63.0 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 




214 


21.7 


21.0 


20 


3. 8 


48.0 


194 


42.5 


27.0 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 




1206 


1.4 


25.0 


686 


1. 1 


26.0 


520 


1.9 


15.0 


TO RESIDENTS 




908 


75.3 


66.0 


485 


70.7 


59.0 


423 


81.3 


64.0 



FETAL t INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



27 


27.1 


72.0 


14 


26.3 


53.5 


13 


28.0 


70.0 


12 


12.0 


74.0 


5 


9.4 


73.0 


7 


15.1 


60.0 


11 


91.7 


80.0 


5 


1C0.0 


40.5 


6 


85.7 


59.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


8.3 


8.0 





0.0 


48.0 


1 


14.3 


7.5 


5 


41.7 


8.0 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


71.4 


12.0 


15 


15.2 


54.0 


9 


17.1 


32.0 


6 


13.1 


62.0 


7 


7.2 


36.0 


3 


5.8 


25.0 


4 


8.9 


54.0 


22 


22.4 


53.0 


12 


22.8 


25.0 


10 


21.9 


70.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


561 


10.2 


49.0 


349 


9.9 


51.0 


212 


10.6 


57.0 




MALES 


298 


11.4 


62.0 


186 


11.0 


61.0 


112 


12.1 


67.0 




FEMALES 


263 


9.1 


31.0 


163 


8.9 


28.0 


100 


9.3 


41.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


23 


5.9 


45.0 


13 


5.5 


22.0 


10 


6.5 


66.0 




5-14 


11 


0.9 


11.0 


6 


0.9 


10.5 


5 


1.0 


19.0 




15-24 


17 


1.6 


43.0 


10 


1.6 


37.0 


7 


1.6 


54.0 




25-34 


16 


2.5 


41.0 


9 


1.9 


34.0 


7 


4.3 


52.0 




35-44 


30 


4.7 


31.0 


17 


3.8 


29.0 


13 


6.8 


55.0 




45-54 


76 


11.6 


12.0 


36 


8.0 


35.0 


40 


19.3 


18.0 




55-64 


94 


18.0 


43.0 


47 


14.3 


71.0 


47 


24.1 


54.0 




65 + 


294 


67.6 


12.0 


211 


73.8 


6.0 


83 


55.6 


67.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


328 


58.5 


63.0 


214 


61.3 


53.0 


114 


53.8 


59.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


80 


14.3 


24.0 


53 


15.2 


24.0 


27 


12.7 


28.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


153 


27.3 


50.0 


82 


23.5 


66.0 


71 


33.5 


48.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


533 


1.1 


27.0 


345 


1.0 


32.0 


188 


1.5 


19.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


403 


75.6 


67.0 


243 


70.4 


77.0 


160 


85.1 


57.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



515 
168 



9.3 
3.0 



44.0 
37.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
LINCOLN COUNTY 



OPULATION 

L. TOTAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 
>. NATURAL INCREASE 

I V E BIRTHS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



33552 0.6 

16391 48.9 

17161 51.1 

323 9.6 



47.0 
34.0 
67.0 
11.0 



WHITE NONWHITE 

* * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



30205 0.8 40.0 

14781 48.9 31.0 

15424 51.1 70.0 

256 8.5 11.0 



3347 0.3 69.0 

1610 48.1 49.0 

1737 51.9 52.0 

67 20.0 8.0 



3. 


TOTAL 




627 


18.7 


17.0 


521 


17.2 


11. 


106 


31.7 


6.0 




MALES 




327 


9.7 


14.0 


272 


9.0 


13.0 


55 


16.4 


7.0 




FEMALES 




300 


8.9 


21.0 


249 


8.2 


15.0 


51 


15.2 


10. 


4. 


ATTENDANT 
























PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


626 


99.8 


29.0 


521 


1C0.0 


26.0 


105 


99.1 


48.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN 


HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 




1 


0.2 


35.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.9 


23.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 




60 


9.6 


33.0 


39 


7.5 


33.0 


21 


19.8 


8.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 




66 


10.5 


65.0 


23 


4.4 


34.0 


43 


40.6 


33.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 
























TOTAL 




439 


0.5 


53.0 


353 


0.6 


50.0 


86 


0.3 


59.0 




TO RESIDENTS 




341 


77.7 


62.0 


265 


75.1 


49.0 


76 


88.4 


44.0 



FETAL S INFANT 
MORTALITY 

3. PERINATAL DEATHS 
9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



19 


29.9 


56.0 


16 


30.2 


35.0 


3 


28.3 


67.0 


8 


12.6 


71.0 


8 


15.1 


31.0 





0.0 


86.5 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









11 


17.5 


45.0 


8 


15.4 


43.0 


3 


28.3 


23.0 


4 


6.5 


44.5 


3 


5.8 


23.0 


1 


9.7 


50.0 


15 


23.9 


45.0 


11 


21.1 


36.0 


4 


37.7 


29.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


304 


9.1 


67.0 


265 


8.8 


69.0 


39 


11.7 


44.0 




MALES 


169 


10.3 


81.0 


145 


9.8 


81.0 


24 


14.9 


34.0 




FEMALES 


135 


7.9 


52.0 


120 


7.8 


53.0 


15 


8.6 


52.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


17 


6.1 


41.0 


12 


5.0 


33.0 


5 


12.8 


22.0 




5-14 


6 


0.9 


12.0 


5 


0.9 


12.0 


1 


1.3 


9.0 




15-24 


5 


0.9 


86.0 


4 


0.8 


79.0 


1 


1.3 


63.0 




25-34 


10 


2.2 


50.0 


9 


2.2 


19.0 


1 


2.7 


70.0 




35-44 


17 


4.1 


45.0 


11 


2.9 


57.0 


6 


19.5 


3.0 




45-54 


27 


6.7 


85.0 


21 


5.7 


82.0 


6 


18.6 


20.0 




55-64 


47 


14.9 


80.0 


44 


15.0 


66.0 


3 


13.6 


87.0 




65 + 


175 


62.1 


33.0 


159 


61.2 


33.0 


16 


72.7 


25.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


196 


64.5 


22.0 


170 


64.2 


31.0 


26 


66.7 


21.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


32 


10.5 


68.0 


30 


11.3 


65.0 


2 


5.1 


78.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


76 


25.0 


68.0 


65 


24.5 


58.0 


11 


28.2 


64.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


259 


0.5 


53.0 


226 


0.7 


48.0 


33 


0.3 


66.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


217 


83.8 


40.0 


186 


82.3 


34.0 


31 


93.9 


25.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES ANO ANNULMENTS 



227 
122 



6.8 
3.6 



79.0 
19.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 55 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MCDOWELL COUNTY 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



31525 0.6 51.0 

15236 48.3 54.0 

16289 51.7 47.0 

262 8.3 20.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



29852 0.7 41.0 

14427 48.3 65.0 

15425 51.7 36.0 

244 8.2 15.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1673 0.1 81.0 

809 48.4 41.0 

864 51.6 60.0 

18 10.8 44.0 



556 


17.6 


33.0 


522 


17.5 


9.0 


34 


20.3 


62.0 


280 


8.9 


41.0 


263 


8.8 


17.0 


17 


10.2 


65.0 


276 


8.8 


27.0 


259 


8.7 


8.0 


17 


10.2 


62.0 


554 


99.6 


48.0 


520 


99.6 


82.5 


34 


100.0 


16.0 


2 


0.4 


39.0 


2 


0.4 


12.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


27 


4.9 


98.0 


25 


4.8 


87.0 


2 


5.9 


91.0 


38 


6.8 


80.0 


34 


6.5 


8.0 


4 


11.8 


94.0 


416 


0.5 


55.5 


380 


0.6 


46.0 


36 


0. 1 


69.5 


373 


89.7 


28.0 


342 


90.0 


20.0 


31 


86.1 


51.5 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



3 


23.0 


85.0 


12 


22.6 


74.0 


1 


29.4 


65.0 


R 


14.2 


57.0 


8 


15.1 


32.0 





0.0 


86.5 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









5 


9.0 


86.0 


4 


7.7 


82. 5 


1 


29.4 


20.0 


2 


3.6 


79.0 


1 


1.9 


65.0 


1 


30.3 


6.0 


7 


12.6 


94.0 


5 


9.6 


87.0 


2 


58.8 


8.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


294 


9.3 


64.0 


278 


9.3 


62.0 


16 


9.6 


73.0 




MALES 


168 


11.0 


70.0 


160 


11.1 


59.0 


8 


9.9 


80.0 




FEMALES 


126 


7.7 


55.0 


118 


7.6 


55.0 


8 


9.3 


42.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


3.0 


93.0 


6 


2.4 


86. 


2 


12.3 


24.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


5 


1.0 


81.0 


5 


1.0 


68.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


5 


1.3 


84.0 


5 


1.3 


64.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


13 


3.4 


64.0 


13 


3.6 


37.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


28 


7.4 


71.0 


27 


7.5 


47.0 


1 


5.7 


88.0 




55-64 


52 


16.8 


62.0 


48 


16.2 


52.0 


4 


32.0 


26.0 




65* 


183 


60.0 


49.0 


174 


59.8 


42.0 


9 


65.7 


35.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


175 


59.5 


58.0 


166 


59.7 


65.0 


9 


56.3 


46.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


44 


15.0 


16.0 


41 


14.7 


29.0 


3 


18.8 


13.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


75 


25.5 


65.0 


71 


25.5 


51.0 


4 


25.0 


73.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


214 


0.5 


57.0 


203 


0.6 


51.0 


11 


0.1 


79.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


183 


85.5 


31.0 


172 


84.7 


27.0 


11 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



247 
70 



7.8 
2.2 



67.0 
72.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 56 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MACON COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



15981 0.3 78.0 

7813 48.9 33.0 

8168 51.1 68.0 

A3 2.7 88.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



15564 0.4 69. C 

7556 48.5 48.0 

8008 51.5 53.0 

35 2.2 77.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



417 0.0 91.0 

257 61.6 2.0 

160 38.4 99.0 

8 19.2 10.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



217 


13.6 


94.0 


209 


13.4 


74.0 


8 


19.2 


72.0 


112 


7.0 


91.0 


111 


7.1 


63.0 


1 


2.4 


97.0 


105 


6.6 


93.0 


98 


6.3 


80.0 


7 


16.8 


5.0 


216 


99.5 


55.0 


208 


99.5 


86. C 


8 


100.0 


16.0 


1 


0.5 


34.0 


1 


0.5 


10.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


13 


6.0 


94.0 


12 


5.7 


73.0 


1 


12.5 


58.0 


15 


6.9 


79.0 


12 


5.7 


14.0 


3 


37.5 


47.5 


106 


0.1 


80.0 


102 


0.2 


73.0 


4 


0.0 


84.0 


87 


82.1 


52.0 


83 


81.4 


36.0 


4 


100.0 


6.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



2 


9.1 


98.0 


2 


9.5 


96.0 





0.0 


89.5 


2 


9.1 


88.0 


2 


9.5 


71.0 





0.0 


86.5 


2 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 












0.0 


98.0 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


96.5 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


174 


10.9 


31.0 


174 


11.2 


25.0 





0.0 


99.5 




MALES 


92 


11.8 


52.0 


92 


12.2 


45.0 





0.0 


99.0 




FEMALES 


82 


10.0 


15.0 


82 


10.2 


17.0 





0.0 


98.5 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


2 


2.0 


96.0 


2 


2.1 


90. C 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


4 


1.6 


48.0 


4 


1.7 


33.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


4 


2.2 


53.0 


4 


2.2 


17.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


6 


3.6 


58.0 


6 


3.6 


32.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


12 


6.4 


90.0 


12 


6.5 


65.0 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


23 


11.0 


99.0 


23 


11.2 


94.0 





0.0 


98.0 




65* 


123 


51.0 


89.0 


123 


52.1 


85. 





0.0 


98.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


112 


64.4 


23.0 


112 


64.4 


29.0 











OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


6.9 


93.0 


12 


6.9 


92.0 











HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


50 


28.7 


42.0 


50 


28.7 


25.0 









16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


163 


0.3 


68.0 


163 


0.5 


55.5 





0.0 


99.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


128 


78.5 


57.0 


128 


78.5 


49.0 










THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



172 
23 



10.8 
1.4 



23.0 
91.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 57 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MADISON COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



15731 0.3 79.0 

7628 48.5 48.0 

8103 51.5 53.0 

31 2.0 91.0 



200 


12.7 


98.0 


100 


6.4 


96.0 


100 


6.4 


96.0 


198 


99.0 


69.0 


1 


0.5 


32.0 


1 


0.5 


24.0 


10 


5.0 


97.0 


10 


5.0 


90.0 


1 


0.0 


93.0 


1 


100.0 


4.5 



15611 0.4 68.0 

7563 48.4 57.0 

8048 51.6 44.0 

35 2.2 78.0 



200 


12.8 


87.0 


100 


6.4 


83. 


100 


6.4 


75.0 


198 


99.0 


96.0 


1 


0.5 


9.0 


1 


0.5 


6.5 


10 


5.0 


82.0 


10 


5.0 


24.5 


1 


O.C 


86.0 


1 


1C0.0 


2.5 



120 0.0 97.0 

65 54.2 7.0 

55 45.8 94.0 

-4 -33.3 99.0 



0.0 99.0 
0.0 99.0 
0.0 99.0 



0.0 96.0 



FETAL E INFAN 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 



10 
11 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



E A T H S (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



7 


34.5 


36.5 


7 


34.5 


21.5 





3 


14.8 


54.0 


3 


14.8 


36.0 





3 


100.0 


31.5 


3 


100.0 


40.5 








0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 








0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 








0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





4 


20.0 


32.0 


4 


20.0 


22.5 





2 


10.2 


17.0 


2 


10.2 


8.0 





6 


30.0 


16.5 


6 


30.0 


9.0 






13. 


TOTAL 


169 


10.7 


33.0 


165 


10.6 


34.0 


4 


33.3 


2.0 




MALES 


115 


15.1 


9.0 


111 


14.7 


17.0 


4 


61.5 


1.0 




FEMALES 


54 


6.7 


79.0 


54 


6.7 


75.0 





0.0 


98.5 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


5.7 


48.0 


6 


5.8 


17.0 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


1 


0.4 


58.0 


1 


0.4 


49.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


3 


1.0 


78.0 


3 


1.0 


69.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


0.6 


95.0 


I 


0.6 


89.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


8 


5.4 


21.0 


8 


5.4 


4.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


17 


9.1 


38.0 


17 


9.2 


18.0 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


25 


13.1 


89.0 


24 


12.6 


86.0 


1 


71.4 


4.0 




65+ 


108 


49.4 


92.0 


105 


48.6 


94.0 


3 


130.4 


2.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


85 


50.3 


92.0 


83 


50.3 


95.0 


2 


50.0 


72.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


24 


14.2 


26.0 


23 


13.9 


40.0 


1 


25.0 


2.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


60 


35.5 


12.0 


59 


35.8 


5.0 


1 


25.0 


73.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


56 


0.1 


88.0 


55 


0.2 


83.0 


1 


0.0 


97.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


53 


94.6 


3.0 


52 


94.5 


3.0 


1 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



124 
17 



7.9 
1.1 



66.0 
99.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MARTIN COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* # * 

4 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



24189 


0.5 


62.0 


11612 


48.0 


72.0 


12577 


52.0 


29.0 


155 


6.4 


52.0 



13628 0.3 72. C 

6514 47.8 90.0 

7114 52.2 11.0 

25 1.8 80.0 



445 


18.4 


22.0 


236 


9.8 


13.0 


209 


8.6 


32.0 


437 


98.2 


77.0 


4 


0.9 


21.0 


4 


0.9 


22.0 


42 


9.4 


36.0 


115 


25.8 


11.0 


212 


0.2 


69.0 


184 


86.8 


36.0 



184 


13.5 


70.0 


1C2 


7.5 


52.0 


82 


6.0 


84.0 


183 


99.5 


89. C 


1 


0.5 


8.0 





0.0 


63.0 


5 


2.7 


97.0 


2 


1.1 


96. C 


68 


0. 1 


77.0 


56 


82.4 


34.0 



10561 0.9 42.0 

5098 48.3 44.0 

5463 51.7 57.0 

130 12.3 32.0 



261 24.7 22.0 
134 12.7 23.0 
127 12.0 27.0 



254 


97.3 


67.0 


3 


1.1 


33.0 


4 


1.5 


21.0 


37 


14.2 


40.0 


113 


43.3 


22.0 


144 


0.5 


51.0 


128 


88.9 


42.5 



28 


60.9 


3.0 


11 


57.3 


2.C 


17 


63.4 


10.0 


15 


32.6 


3.0 


8 


41.7 


1.0 


7 


26.1 


29.0 


14 


93.3 


76.0 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


6 


85.7 


59.5 


1 


6.7 


12.5 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


14.3 


9.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


33.3 


19.5 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


71.4 


12.0 


13 


29.2 


5.0 


3 


16.3 


38.0 


10 


38.3 


9.0 


4 


9.3 


21.0 





O.C 


84.0 


4 


15.9 


25.0 


17 


38.2 


4.0 


3 


16.3 


63.0 


14 


53.6 


12.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


290 


12.0 


14.0 


159 


11.7 


19.0 


131 


12.4 


30.0 




MALES 


162 


14.0 


23.0 


92 


14.1 


20.0 


70 


13.7 


44.0 




FEMALES 


128 


10.2 


14.0 


67 


9.4 


22.0 


61 


11.2 


20.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


21 


11.1 


5.0 


3 


3.2 


78.0 


18 


18.7 


5.0 




5-14 


2 


0.4 


63.0 





0.0 


88.0 


2 


0.8 


27.0 




15-24 


4 


0.9 


85.0 


3 


1.4 


50.0 


1 


0.4 


73.0 




25-34 


7 


2.7 


27.0 


2 


1.1 


79.0 


5 


6.0 


26.0 




35-44 


14 


5.4 


20.0 


7 


4.4 


16.0 


7 


6.9 


53.0 




45-54 


27 


9.1 


39.0 


10 


5.5 


84.0 


17 


14.6 


50.0 




55-64 


53 


21.4 


19.0 


30 


19.5 


19.0 


23 


24.4 


50.5 




65* 


162 


76.8 


3.0 


104 


78.1 


4.0 


58 


74.6 


20.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


181 


62.4 


38.0 


117 


73.6 


5.0 


64 


48.9 


79.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


23 


7.9 


85.0 


13 


8.2 


86.0 


10 


7.6 


63.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


86 


29.7 


38.0 


29 


18.2 


94.0 


57 


43.5 


17.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


189 


0.4 


64.0 


95 


0.3 


76.5 


94 


0.7 


40.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


173 


91.5 


9.0 


86 


90.5 


11.0 


87 


92.6 


31.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



277 
47 



11.5 
1.9 



21.0 
79.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MECKLENBURG COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL S INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



89710 7.6 1.0 

41948 46.8 83.0 

47762 53.2 18.0 

1301 14.5 24.0 



373229 


7.2 


1.0 


283519 


7.1 


1.0 


177947 


47.7 


87.0 


135999 


48.0 


81.0 


195282 


52.3 


14.0 


147520 


52.0 


20.0 


3286 


8.8 


17.0 


1985 


7.0 


23.0 



6052 


16.2 


51.0 


3895 


13.7 


61.0 


2157 


24.0 


28.0 


3092 


8.3 


55.0 


2CC3 


7.1 


68. C 


1089 


12.1 


30.0 


2960 


7.9 


50.0 


1892 


6.7 


65.0 


1068 


11.9 


29.0 


6024 


99.5 


56.0 


3888 


99.8 


65.0 


2136 


99.0 


50.0 


25 


0.4 


36.0 


6 


0.2 


27.0 


19 


0.9 


35.0 


3 


0.0 


49.0 


1 


0.0 


25.0 


2 


0.1 


39.0 


540 


8.9 


46.0 


230 


5.9 


69.0 


310 


14.4 


34.0 


1065 


17.6 


37.0 


138 


3.5 


54.0 


927 


43.0 


24.0 


6989 


7.8 


1.0 


4789 


7.7 


1.0 


2200 


8.0 


1.0 


5880 


84.1 


44.0 


3759 


78.5 


40.0 


2121 


96.4 


19.0 



155 


25.3 


78.0 


83 


21.1 


79.0 


72 


32.9 


55.5 


70 


11.4 


76.0 


40 


10.2 


68.0 


30 


13.7 


64.0 


68 


97.1 


64.0 


40 


100.0 


40.5 


28 


93.3 


54.0 


2 


2.9 


23.0 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


6.7 


15.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


17 


24.3 


36.0 


2 


5.0 


26.5 


15 


50.0 


28.0 


85 


14.0 


68.0 


43 


11.0 


67.0 


42 


19.5 


44.0 


30 


5.0 


65.0 


10 


2.6 


59.0 


20 


9.5 


51.0 


115 


19.0 


73.0 


53 


13.6 


76.0 


62 


28.7 


54.0 



TOTAL 


2766 


7.4 


93.0 


1910 


6.7 


95.0 


856 


9.5 


74.0 


MALES 


1492 


8.4 


94.0 


1025 


7.5 


96.0 


467 


11.1 


74.0 


FEMALES 


1274 


6.5 


88.0 


885 


6.0 


88.0 


389 


8.1 


62.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


133 


4.2 


84.0 


64 


2.8 


81. C 


69 


7.5 


57.0 


5-14 


30 


0.4 


64.0 


19 


0.3 


58.0 


11 


0.5 


41.0 


15-24 


80 


1.2 


66.0 


42 


0.9 


77.0 


38 


2.0 


47.0 


25-34 


112 


2.1 


56.0 


53 


1.2 


73.0 


59 


5.2 


34.0 


35-44 


184 


3.9 


51.0 


89 


2.4 


76.0 


95 


10.4 


27.0 


45-54 


379 


9.1 


40.0 


233 


6.9 


61.0 


146 


18.4 


21.0 


55-64 


488 


17.6 


49.0 


333 


15.2 


64.0 


155 


26.6 


40.0 


65 + 


1360 


53.9 


80.0 


1077 


53.3 


79.0 


283 


56.4 


64.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


1606 


58.1 


64.0 


1145 


59.9 


63.0 


461 


53.9 


57.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


392 


14.2 


28.0 


322 


16.9 


11.0 


70 


8.2 


60.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


768 


27.8 


47.0 


443 


23.2 


71.0 


325 


38.0 


31.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


3227 


6.8 


1.0 


2346 


6.8 


1.0 


881 


7.0 


1.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


2485 


77.0 


62.0 


1679 


71.6 


68.0 


806 


91.5 


36.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



1 7. 
\f,. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



2231 
1503 



6.0 
4.0 



86.0 
10.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MITCHELL COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

* NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK- 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFAMT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13348 0.3 83.0 

6481 48.6 42.0 

6867 51.4 59.0 

36 2.7 87.0 



13303 0.3 73.0 

6462 48.6 46.0 

6841 51.4 55.0 

38 2.9 73.0 



45 0.0 100.0 

19 42.2 100.0 

26 57.8 1.0 

-2 -44.4 100.0 



174 


13.0 


97.0 


174 


13.1 


79.0 





0.0 


99.0 


85 


6.4 


95.0 


85 


6.4 


84. 





0.0 


99.0 


89 


6.7 


89.0 


89 


6.7 


64.0 





0.0 


99.0 


173 


99.4 


60.0 


173 


99.4 


91.0 









1 


0.6 


29.0 


1 


0.6 


6.0 












0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 









13 


7.5 


75.0 


13 


7.5 


34.0 









9 


5.2 


89.0 


9 


5.2 


21.0 









252 


0.3 


64.0 


249 


0.4 


56.0 


3 


0.0 


85.0 


112 


44.4 


92.0 


112 


45.0 


84.0 





0.0 


91.0 



4 


23.0 


86.0 


4 


23.0 


72.0 








0.0 


98.5 





0.0 


96.5 









































































4 


23.0 


16.0 


4 


23.0 


13. C 





1 


5.9 


52.0 


1 


5.9 


22.0 





5 


28.7 


21.0 


5 


28.7 


11.0 






13. 


TOTAL 


138 


10.3 


42.0 


136 


10.2 


42. 


2 


44.4 


1.0 




MALES 


75 


11.6 


56.0 


74 


11.5 


54.0 


1 


52.6 


2.0 




FEMALES 


63 


9.2 


26.0 


62 


9. 1 


26.0 


1 


38.5 


1.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


6.5 


35.0 


6 


6.6 


12.0 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


1 


0.4 


54.0 


1 


0.4 


48. C 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


3 


1.5 


52.0 


3 


1.5 


45. 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


2 


1.3 


83.0 


2 


1.3 


65.0 











35-44 


2 


1.2 


100.0 


2 


1.2 


94.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


5 


3.2 


100.0 


5 


3.2 


97. C 





0.0 


96.0 




55-64 


30 


18.6 


34.0 


28 


17.5 


35. C 


2 


166.7 


1.0 




65 + 


89 


49.5 


91.0 


R9 


49.7 


92. C 





0.0 


98.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


85 


61.6 


42.0 


03 


61.0 


55.0 


2 


100.0 


1.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


19 


13.8 


32.0 


19 


14.0 


37.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


34 


24.6 


71.0 


34 


25.0 


54.0 





0.0 


97.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


104 


0.2 


82.0 


102 


0.3 


75. C 


2 


0.0 


94.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


79 


76.0 


64.0 


77 


75.5 


61.0 


2 


100.0 


8.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



115 

21 



8.6 
1.6 



51.0 
86.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



19459 0.4 72.0 

9442 48.5 45.0 

10017 51.5 56.0 

131 6.7 45.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



14612 0.4 71.0 

7084 48.5 54.0 

7526 51.5 47.0 

50 3.4 68.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



4847 0.4 61.0 

2358 48.6 34.0 

2489 51.4 67.0 

81 16.7 16.0 



364 


18.7 


16.0 


218 


14.9 


42.0 


146 


30.1 


10.0 


185 


9.5 


22.0 


116 


7.9 


35.0 


69 


14.2 


12.0 


179 


9.2 


15.0 


102 


7.0 


55.0 


77 


15.9 


8.0 


360 


98.9 


71.0 


218 


1C0.0 


26.0 


142 


97.3 


68.0 


4 


1.1 


16.0 





0.0 


69.0 


4 


2.7 


16.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


36 


9.9 


28.0 


14 


6.4 


58.0 


22 


15.1 


25.0 


66 


18.1 


35.0 


12 


5.5 


17.0 


54 


37.0 


50.5 


315 


0.4 


60.0 


160 


0.3 


65.0 


155 


0.6 


48.0 


239 


75.9 


65.0 


119 


74.4 


52.0 


120 


77.4 


67.0 



11 


29.9 


57.0 


5 


22.6 


75.0 


6 


40.8 


41.0 


4 


10.9 


79.0 


3 


13.6 


45. 


1 


6.8 


71.0 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


3 


1C0.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


25.0 


33.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


100.0 


4.0 


7 


19.2 


37.0 


2 


9.2 


78.0 


5 


34.2 


15.0 


2 


5.6 


57.0 





0.0 


84.0 


2 


14.2 


32.0 


9 


24.7 


43.0 


2 


9.2 


88.0 


7 


47.9 


18.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


233 


12.0 


15.0 


168 


11.5 


21.0 


65 


13.4 


16.0 




MALES 


135 


14.3 


19.0 


102 


14.4 


19.0 


33 


14.0 


40.0 




FEMALES 


98 


9.8 


19.0 


66 


8.8 


33.0 


32 


12.9 


7.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


9 


5.9 


44.0 


2 


1.8 


91. C 


7 


18.8 


3.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88. 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


7 


2.0 


32.0 


5 


2.0 


26.0 


2 


1.8 


49.0 




25-34 


6 


2.7 


26.0 


2 


1.1 


80.0 


4 


8.7 


7.0 




35-44 


8 


3.9 


50.0 


7 


4.3 


19.0 


1 


2.5 


82.0 




45-54 


21 


8.6 


51.0 


15 


7.8 


41.0 


6 


11.9 


66.0 




55-64 


44 


24.1 


11.0 


26 


17.7 


32.0 


18 


51.3 


6.0 




65+ 


138 


65.5 


19.0 


111 


63.4 


26.0 


27 


75.6 


18.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


139 


59.7 


57.0 


108 


64.3 


30.0 


31 


47.7 


83.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


22 


9.4 


72.0 


13 


7.7 


88.0 


9 


13.8 


25.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


72 


30.9 


30.0 


47 


28.0 


29.0 


25 


38.5 


29.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


203 


0.4 


61.0 


148 


0.4 


60.0 


55 


0.4 


57.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


163 


80.3 


50.0 


117 


79.1 


45.0 


46 


83.6 


59.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



129 
48 



6.6 
2.5 



80.0 
63.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MOORE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



39570 


0.8 


44.0 


18840 


47.6 


92.0 


20730 


52.4 


9.0 


176 


4.4 


80.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



29735 0.7 42. C 

14277 48.0 78.0 

15458 52.0 23.0 

107 3.6 67.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9835 0.8 46.0 

4563 46.4 88.0 

5272 53.6 13.0 

69 7.0 80.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


631 


15.9 


55.0 


430 


14.5 


52.0 


201 


20.4 


60.0 




MALES 


314 


7.9 


67.0 


213 


7.2 


61.0 


101 


10.3 


59.0 




FEMALES 


317 


8.0 


46.0 


217 


7.3 


41.0 


100 


10.2 


61.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


630 


99.8 


28.0 


429 


99.8 


71.0 


201 


100.0 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.2 


51.0 


1 


0.2 


20.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


55 


8.7 


54.0 


33 


7.7 


27.0 


22 


10.9 


71.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


118 


18.7 


32.0 


22 


5.1 


23.0 


96 


47.8 


10.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


866 


1.0 


32.0 


551 


0.9 


34.0 


315 


1.1 


29.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


562 


64.9 


81.0 


375 


68.1 


64.0 


187 


59.4 


82.0 



FETAL £, INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



23 


36.0 


32.0 


11 


25.3 


57.0 


12 


58.5 


12.0 


8 


12.5 


72.0 


4 


9.2 


76.0 


4 


19.5 


47.0 


7 


87.5 


83.5 


4 


100.0 


40.5 


3 


75.0 


66.0 


1 


12.5 


8.5 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


25.0 


3.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


3 


37.5 


14.0 





0.0 


61.5 


3 


75.0 


10.0 


15 


23.8 


14.0 


7 


16.3 


39.0 


8 


39.8 


8.0 


5 


8.1 


27.0 


1 


2.4 


62.0 


4 


20.7 


13.0 


20 


31.7 


12.0 


8 


18.6 


50.0 


12 


59.7 


7.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


455 


11.5 


23.0 


323 


10.9 


29.0 


132 


13.4 


15.0 




MALES 


253 


13.4 


30.0 


175 


12.3 


43.0 


78 


17.1 


16.0 




FEMALES 


202 


9.7 


20.0 


148 


9.6 


19.0 


54 


10.2 


25.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


25 


8.4 


12.0 


11 


5.5 


23.0 


14 


14.5 


14.0 




5-14 


3 


0.4 


65.0 


1 


0.2 


70.0 


2 


o.e 


25.0 




15-24 


16 


2.3 


23.0 


8 


1.6 


40.0 


8 


4.1 


10.0 




25-34 


10 


2.4 


46.0 


4 


1.2 


76.0 


6 


6.7 


22.0 




35-44 


21 


5.0 


28.0 


12 


3.6 


35.0 


9 


10.1 


31.0 




45-54 


34 


7.5 


69.0 


27 


7.4 


49.0 


7 


7.8 


86.0 




55-64 


73 


17.4 


51.0 


43 


13.1 


81.0 


30 


32.8 


24.0 




65+ 


273 


61.3 


37.0 


217 


60.1 


39. 


56 


66.4 


33.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


296 


65.1 


19.0 


211 


65.3 


24.0 


85 


64.4 


25.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


53 


11.6 


58.0 


37 


11.5 


63.0 


16 


12.1 


30.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


106 


23.3 


81.0 


75 


23.2 


70.0 


31 


23.5 


78.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


570 


1.2 


26.0 


418 . 


1.2 


24.0 


152 


1.2 


28.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


369 


64.7 


89.0 


267 


63.9 


86.0 


102 


67.1 


87.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



270 
106 



6.8 
2.7 



78.0 
58.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS ISECTION VIIIK 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

NASH COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N H H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



58699 


1.1 


27.0 


28002 


47.7 


86.0 


30697 


52.3 


15.0 


343 


5.8 


65.0 



38204 1.0 34.0 

18280 47.8 87.0 

19924 52.2 14.0 

118 3.1 72.0 



20495 


1.7 


13.0 


9722 


47.4 


71.0 


10773 


52.6 


30.0 


225 


11.0 


40.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


989 


16.8 


45.0 


515 


13.5 


73.0 


474 


23.1 


34.0 




MALES 


527 


9.0 


38.0 


274 


7.2 


60.0 


253 


12.3 


26.0 




FEMALES 


462 


7.9 


53.0 


241 


6.3 


79.0 


221 


10.8 


48.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


984 


99.5 


59.0 


514 


99.8 


68.0 


470 


99.2 


46.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


5 


0.5 


31.0 


1 


0.2 


23.0 


4 


0.8 


37.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


81 


8.2 


66.0 


26 


5.0 


81.0 


55 


11.6 


66.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


201 


20.3 


23.0 


8 


1.6 


93.0 


193 


40.7 


32.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1400 


1.6 


18.0 


676 


1.1 


28.0 


724 


2.6 


9.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


844 


60.3 


85.0 


421 


62.3 


71.0 


423 


58.4 


83.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65+ 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



33 


32.7 


46.0 


14 


26.9 


49.0 


19 


39.0 


45.0 


19 


18.8 


32.0 


6 


11.5 


59.0 


13 


26.7 


27.0 


18 


94.7 


71.0 


6 


1C0.0 


40.5 


12 


92.3 


55.5 


1 


5.3 


17.0 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


7.7 


13.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


4 


21.1 


40.0 





0.0 


61.5 


4 


30.8 


52.0 


14 


14.2 


67.0 


8 


15.5 


42.0 


6 


12.7 


64.0 


5 


5.1 


63.0 





0.0 


84.0 


5 


10.7 


43.0 


19 


19.2 


71.0 


8 


15.5 


66.0 


11 


23.2 


65.0 



646 


11.0 


28.0 


385 


13.7 


25.0 


261 


8.5 


41.0 


23 


5.1 


60.0 


8 


0.7 


27.0 


19 


1.7 


41.0 


18 


2.8 


24.0 


24 


3.7 


55.0 


75 


10.5 


20.0 


131 


23.5 


14.0 


348 


64.7 


20.0 


356 


55.1 


77.0 


104 


16.1 


9.0 


186 


28.8 


41.0 


764 


1.6 


17.0 


484 


63.4 


91.0 



397 


10.4 


36.0 


241 


13.2 


28.0 


156 


7.8 


51.0 


9 


3.5 


68.0 


2 


0.3 


67.0 


8 


1.2 


63.0 


9 


1.9 


32.0 


14 


3.0 


51.0 


48 


9.3 


14.0 


75 


19.0 


24.0 


232 


60.8 


36.0 


225 


56.7 


78.0 


66 


16.6 


13.0 


106 


26.7 


38.0 


447 


1.3 


22.0 


282 


63.1 


87.0 



249 


12.1 


34.0 


144 


14.8 


35.0 


105 


9.7 


36.0 


14 


7.3 


60.0 


6 


1.1 


16.0 


11 


2.6 


25.0 


9 


5.1 


36.0 


10 


5.5 


66.0 


27 


13.4 


57.0 


56 


34.4 


19.0 


116 


74.1 


22.0 


131 


52.6 


64.0 


38 


15.3 


19.0 


80 


32.1 


53.0 


317 


2.5 


9.5 


202 


63.7 


91.0 



719 
244 



12.2 
4.2 



16.0 
9.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
NEW HANOVER COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



85530 1.6 15.0 

40894 47.8 82.0 

44636 52.2 19.0 

692 8.1 24.0 



66698 1.7 15.0 

32259 48.4 60.0 

34439 51.6 41.0 

549 8.2 14.0 



18832 1.6 15.0 

8635 45.9 93.0 

10197 54.1 8.0 

143 7.6 76.0 



3. 


TOTAL 




1570 


18.4 


23.0 


1150 


17.2 


12.0 


420 


22.3 


40.0 




MALES 




819 


9.6 


21.0 


596 


8.9 


14.0 


223 


11.8 


35.0 




FEMALES 




751 


8.8 


26.0 


554 


8.3 


13.0 


197 


10.5 


55.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 
























PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1567 


99.8 


35.0 


1147 


99.7 


73.0 


420 


100.0 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN 


HOSPITAL 


2 


0.1 


58.0 


2 


0.2 


26.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 




1 


0.1 


47.0 


1 


0.1 


19.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 




129 


8.2 


64.0 


68 


5.9 


68.0 


61 


14.5 


32.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 




231 


14.7 


44.0 


45 


3.9 


45.0 


186 


44.3 


18.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 
























TOTAL 




2205 


2.5 


10.0 


1646 


2.7 


11.0 


559 


2.0 


14.0 




TO RESIDENTS 




1539 


69.8 


71.0 


1122 


68.2 


63.0 


417 


74.6 


73.0 



FETAL t INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



34 


21.5 


92.0 


22 


19.0 


84.0 


12 


28.2 


68,0 


15 


9.5 


87.0 


10 


8.6 


80.0 


5 


11.8 


66.0 


15 


100.0 


31.5 


10 


100.0 


40.5 


5 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


19 


12.1 


78.0 


12 


10.4 


73.0 


7 


16.7 


57.0 


12 


7.7 


30.0 


4 


3.5 


49.0 


8 


19.4 


14.0 


31 


19.7 


68.0 


16 


13.9 


73.0 


15 


35.7 


32.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


878 


10.3 


47.0 


601 


9.0 


67.0 


277 


14.7 


10.0 




MALES 


470 


11.5 


60.0 


323 


10.0 


79.0 


147 


17.0 


18.0 




FEMALES 


408 


9.1 


27.0 


278 


8.1 


47.0 


130 


12.7 


9.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


38 


5.4 


55.0 


18 


3.4 


74.0 


20 


12.0 


27.0 




5-14 


4 


0.2 


79.0 


4 


0.3 


65.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


24 


1.5 


49.0 


15 


1.2 


58.0 


9 


2.5 


28.0 




25-34 


23 


2.1 


59.0 


14 


1.5 


55.0 


9 


5.3 


30.0 




35-44 


46 


4.9 


30.0 


23 


2.9 


55.0 


23 


14.2 


12.0 




45-54 


112 


10.9 


14.0 


69 


8.8 


22.0 


43 


17.6 


24.0 




55-64 


187 


23.5 


13.0 


115 


19.1 


22.0 


72 


37.6 


13.0 




65* 


444 


60.8 


40.0 


343 


60.6 


37.0 


101 


61.5 


53.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


492 


56.0 


72.0 


355 


59.1 


68.0 


137 


49.5 


75.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


156 


17.8 


4.0 


104 


17.3 


8.0 


52 


18.8 


12.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


230 


26.2 


57.0 


142 


23.6 


63. 


88 


31.8 


55.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1044 


2.2 


8.0 


729 


2.1 


9.0 


315 


2.5 


11.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


792 


75.9 


66.0 


542 


74.3 


64.0 


250 


79.4 


69*0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



733 
474 



8.6 
5.5 



52.0 
1.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 65 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE 8IRTHS 



RATE RANK 



23380 


0.4 


65.0 


11601 


49. 6 


14.0 


11779 


50.4 


87.0 


75 


3.2 


86.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9843 0.2 80.0 

4935 50.1 7.0 

4908 49.9 94.0 

-30 -3.0 95.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



13537 1.1 27.0 

6666 49.2 22.0 

6871 50.8 79.0 

105 7.8 75.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


361 


15.4 


65.0 


94 


9.5 


96.0 


267 


19.7 


66.0 




MALES 


195 


8.3 


51.0 


54 


5.5 


94. C 


141 


10.4 


56.0 




FEMALES 


166 


7.1 


78.0 


40 


4. 1 


98.0 


126 


9.3 


76.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


260 


72.0 


100. 


89 


94.7 


100.0 


171 


64.0 


97.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


42 


11.6 


2.0 


4 


4.3 


1.0 


38 


14.2 


2.0 




MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 


59 


16.3 


3.0 


1 


1.1 


2.0 


58 


21.7 


3.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


44 


12.2 


4.0 


6 


6.4 


60.0 


38 


14.2 


39.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


100 


27.7 


8.0 


5 


5.3 


18.5 


95 


35.6 


57.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


112 


0.1 


78.0 


5 


0.0 


82.0 


107 


0.4 


56.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


101 


90.2 


24.0 


5 


1C0.0 


2.5 


96 


89.7 


39.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTEN04NT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PflSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



18 


48.5 


9.0 


3 


31.3 


30.5 


15 


54.5 


21.0 


10 


27.0 


7.0 


2 


20.8 


18.5 


8 


29.1 


21.0 


7 


70.0 


92.0 


2 


100.0 


40.5 


5 


62.5 


73.0 


2 


20.0 


5.0 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


25.0 


3.5 


1 


10.0 


6.0 





0.0 


48.0 


1 


12.5 


9.0 


4 


40.0 


10.0 





0.0 


61.5 


4 


50.0 


28.0 


8 


22.2 


22.0 


1 


10.6 


70.0 


7 


26.2 


26.0 


9 


25.5 


2.0 


1 


10.8 


6.5 


8 


30.8 


5.0 


17 


47.1 


3.0 


2 


21.3 


34.0 


15 


56.2 


9.0 



TOTAL 


286 


12.2 


11. 


124 


12.6 


14.0 


162 


12.0 


38.0 


MALES 


166 


14.3 


18.0 


63 


12.8 


37.0 


103 


15.5 


27.0 


FEMALES 


120 


10.2 


13.0 


61 


12.4 


4.C 


59 


8.6 


54.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


17 


10.5 


6.0 


2 


4. 3 


47. C 


15 


13.0 


21.0 


5-14 


2 


0.4 


61.0 





0.0 


88.0 


2 


0.5 


39.0 


15-24 


13 


2.6 


13.0 


3 


1.3 


57.0 


10 


3.7 


16.0 


25-34 


7 


3.4 


12.0 


2 


2. 1 


22.0 


5 


4.4 


51.0 


35-44 


16 


7.3 


7.0 


3 


3.2 


45.0 


13 


10.3 


28.0 


45-54 


29 


10.8 


15.0 


9 


7.2 


52.0 


20 


14.1 


54.0 


55-64 


41 


18.2 


39.0 


22 


18.6 


25.0 


19 


17.7 


81.0 


65 + 


161 


65.8 


17.0 


83 


63.8 


23.0 


78 


68.0 


29.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


139 


48.6 


96.0 


65 


52.4 


91.0 


74 


45.7 


85.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


37 


12.9 


44.0 


26 


21.0 


4.0 


11 


6.8 


66.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


110 


38.5 


5.0 


33 


26.6 


39.0 


77 


47.5 


9.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


127 


0.3 


75.5 


50 


0.1 


84.5 


77 


0.6 


49.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


109 


85.8 


29.0 


38 


76.0 


57.0 


71 


92.2 


33.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES ANO ANNULMENTS 



117 
32 



5.0 
1.4 



93.0 
93.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ONSLOW COUNTY 



TOTAL 



>OPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



RATE RANK 



106934 


2.1 


9.0 


66067 


61.8 


1.0 


40867 


38.2 


100.0 


2092 


19.6 


1.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



89117 2.2 10. C 

55357 62.1 1.0 

33760 37.9 100.0 

1779 20.0 1.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



17817 1.5 17.0 

10710 60.1 3.0 

7107 39.9 98.0 

313 17.6 13.0 



LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



2542 


23.8 


3.0 


2120 


23.8 


1.0 


422 


23.7 


32.0 


1336 


12.5 


2.0 


1100 


12.3 


2.0 


236 


13.2 


18.0 


1206 


11.3 


4.0 


1020 


11.4 


1. 


186 


10.4 


57.0 


2537 


99.8 


36.0 


2119 


1C0.0 


54.0 


418 


99.1 


49.0 


3 


0.1 


60.0 


1 


0.0 


35.0 


2 


0.5 


43.0 


2 


0.1 


43.0 





0.0 


63.0 


2 


0.5 


32.0 


195 


7.7 


73.0 


147 


6.9 


47.0 


48 


11.4 


69.0 


136 


5.4 


88.0 


46 


2.2 


84.0 


90 


21.3 


86.0 


2681 


3.0 


7.0 


2233 


3.6 


7.0 


448 


1.6 


21.0 


2397 


89.4 


30.0 


1994 


89.3 


25.0 


403 


90.0 


38.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



66 


25.7 


76.0 


52 


24.2 


64.0 


14 


32.9 


57.0 


29 


11.3 


78.0 


25 


11.7 


58.0 


4 


9.4 


69.0 


29 


100.0 


31.5 


25 


100.0 


40.5 


4 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


3.4 


67.0 


1 


4.0 


28.0 





0.0 


67.5 


37 


14.6 


63.0 


27 


12.7 


56.0 


10 


23.7 


34.0 


16 


6.4 


46.0 


11 


5.3 


30.0 


5 


12.1 


40.0 


53 


20.8 


59.0 


38 


17.9 


54.0 


15 


35.5 


35.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


450 


4.2 


100.0 


341 


3.8 


100.0 


109 


6.1 


97.0 




MALES 


275 


4.2 


100.0 


215 


3.9 


100. c 


60 


5.6 


96.0 




FEMALES 


175 


4.3 


100.0 


126 


3.7 


100.0 


49 


6.9 


83.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


60 


6.8 


27.0 


44 


6.2 


15.0 


16 


9.2 


45.0 




5-14 


10 


0.5 


39.0 


9 


0.6 


29. C 


1 


0.3 


55.0 




15-24 


48 


1.0 


76.0 


37 


0.9 


74.0 


11 


1.5 


57.0 




25-34 


26 


2.1 


57.0 


20 


1.9 


31.0 


6 


2.9 


68.0 




35-44 


41 


4.7 


32.0 


26 


3.5 


39.0 


15 


11.1 


25.0 




45-54 


44 


7.7 


64.0 


32 


6.4 


71.0 


12 


15.7 


37.0 




55-64 


70 


20.7 


26.0 


58 


20.8 


13.0 


12 


20.3 


69.0 




65* 


151 


60.9 


39.0 


115 


56.8 


63.0 


36 


78.9 


11.5 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


341 


75.8 


3.0 


266 


78.0 


1.0 


75 


68.8 


15.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


34 


7.6 


86.0 


24 


7.0 


91.0 


10 


9.2 


46.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


75 


16.7 


99.0 


51 


15.0 


99.0 


24 


22.0 


83.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


370 


0.8 


42.0 


280 


0.8 


42.0 


90 


0.7 


42.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


331 


89.5 


20.0 


245 


87.5 


22.0 


86 


95.6 


21.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1118 
247 



10.5 
2.3 



27.0 
71.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ORANGE COUNTY 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT UF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



E T A L S INFA 
MORTALITY 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEGNATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-'. YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

IB. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



61024 


1.2 


16.0 


31590 


51.8 


4.0 


29434 


48.2 


97.0 


464 


7.6 


32.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



50419 1.3 23.0 

26477 52.5 4.0 

23942 47.5 97.0 

359 7.1 19.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10605 0.9 41.0 

5113 48.2 45.0 

5492 51.8 56.0 

105 9.9 51.0 



845 


13.8 


90.0 


647 


12.8 


86.0 


198 


18.7 


77.0 


436 


7.1 


88.0 


344 


6.8 


76.0 


92 


8.7 


81.0 


409 


6.7 


87.0 


3C3 


6.0 


85.0 


106 


10.0 


65.0 


843 


99.8 


39.0 


647 


1C0.C 


26.0 


196 


99.0 


52.0 


1 


0.1 


59.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.5 


42.0 


1 


0.1 


40.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.5 


30.0 


61 


7.2 


81.0 


35 


5.4 


78.0 


26 


13.1 


52.0 


74 


8.8 


74.0 


14 


2.2 


85.0 


60 


30.3 


74.0 


948 


1.1 


31.0 


436 


0.7 


43. 


512 


1.9 


16.0 


447 


47.2 


89.0 


274 


62.8 


70.0 


173 


33.8 


90.0 



32 


37.4 


26.0 


21 


32. 1 


27. C 


11 


54.7 


19.0 


11 


12.9 


69.0 


8 


12.2 


53.0 


3 


14.9 


61.0 


10 


90.9 


81.0 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


66.7 


70.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


I 


9.1 


7.0 





0.0 


48.0 


1 


33.3 


3.0 


2 


18.2 


46.0 


1 


12.5 


13.5 


1 


33.3 


48.0 


21 


24.9 


13.0 


13 


20.1 


21.0 


8 


40.4 


7.0 


6 


7.3 


35.0 


2 


3.2 


52.5 


4 


21.1 


12.0 


27 


32.0 


11.0 


15 


23.2 


23. C 


12 


60.6 


6.0 



381 


6.2 


98.0 


234 


7.4 


98.0 


147 


5.0 


99.0 


28 


6.6 


32.0 


2 


0.2 


82.0 


8 


0.4 


97.0 


13 


1.4 


82.0 


18 


3.3 


71.0 


43 


8.6 


50.0 


57 


15.9 


70.0 


212 


52.4 


85. 


172 


45.1 


99.0 


76 


19.9 


3.0 


133 


34.9 


14.0 


835 


1.8 


12.0 



31.0 100.0 



288 


5.7 


98.0 


169 


6.4 


9R.0 


119 


5.0 


98.0 


16 


4. 7 


36. 


1 


0. 1 


72. C 


5 


0.3 


93.0 


9 


1.2 


7R.0 


12 


2.7 


60.0 


27 


6.9 


62.0 


43 


15.6 


58. 


175 


53.9 


75. C 


133 


46.2 


1C0.0 


63 


21.9 


3.0 


92 


31.9 


14.0 



1.5 17.0 
35.0 99.0 



93 


8.8 


80.0 


65 


12.7 


56.0 


28 


5.1 


93.0 


12 


14.5 


15.0 


1 


0.4 


44.0 


3 


1.3 


61.5 


4 


2.9 


69.0 


6 


5.9 


63.0 


16 


15.4 


40.0 


14 


17.2 


83.0 


37 


46.1 


86.0 


39 


41.9 


90.0 


13 


14.0 


24.0 


41 


44. 1 


12.0 


04 


2.4 


13.0 


73 


24.0 


98.0 



506 
165 



8.3 
2.7 



57.0 
57.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
PAMLICO COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



9380 0.2 89.0 

4512 48.1 68.0 

4868 51.9 33.0 

52 5.5 69.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



6338 0.2 89. C 

3081 48.6 45.0 

3257 51.4 56.0 

34 5.4 47.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



3042 0.3 71.0 

1431 47.0 79.0 

1611 53.0 22.0 

18 5.9 85.0 



134 


14.3 


82.0 


89 


14.0 


56.0 


45 


14.8 


93.0 


65 


6.9 


93.0 


41 


6.5 


82. C 


24 


7.9 


85.0 


69 


7.4 


70.0 


48 


7.6 


34.0 


21 


6.9 


94.0 


132 


98.5 


75.0 


89 


1C0.0 


26.0 


43 


95.6 


77.0 


2 


1.5 


11.0 





0.0 


69.0 


2 


4.4 


7.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63. 





0.0 


69.0 


14 


10.4 


21.0 


10 


11.2 


2.0 


4 


8.9 


82.5 


26 


19.4 


30.0 


C 


0.0 


99. C 


26 


57.8 


4.0 


1 


0.0 


93.0 





0.0 


94. C 


1 


0.0 


90.5 


1 


100.0 


4.5 









1 


100. 


6.0 



7 


50.4 


7.0 


3 


33. C 


25.0 


4 


83.3 


4.5 


5 


36.0 


2.0 


2 


22.0 


16.0 


3 


62.5 


2.5 


5 


100. 


31.5 


2 


100.0 


40.5 


3 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





o.c 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


40.0 


10.0 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


66.7 


16.5 


2 


14.9 


59.0 


1 


11.2 


63. 


1 


22.2 


37.5 


1 


7.6 


32.5 


1 


11.4 


5.0 





0.0 


84.5 


3 


22.4 


52.0 


2 


22.5 


28. 


1 


22.2 


67.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


82 


8.7 


76.0 


55 


8.7 


72. C 


27 


8.9 


79.0 




MALES 


45 


10.0 


85.0 


31 


10.1 


77.0 


14 


9.8 


82.0 




FEMALES 


37 


7.6 


59.0 


24 


7.4 


58. 


13 


8. 1 


64.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


5 


8.0 


16.0 


2 


4.5 


42.0 


3 


16.5 


9.0 




5-14 


2 


1.0 


7.0 


1 


0.9 


9.0 


1 


1.2 


12.5 




15-24 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


97.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


1.1 


90.0 





0.0 


97. C 


1 


4.0 


57.0 




35-44 


5 


4.5 


34.0 


3 


4.3 


18.0 


2 


4.9 


72.0 




45-54 


7 


6.6 


87.0 


4 


5.2 


87.0 


3 


10.5 


72.0 




55-64 


13 


13.0 


91.0 


6 


7.9 


1C0.0 


7 


28.5 


34.0 




65 + 


49 


42.4 


99.0 


39 


44.2 


97. C 


10 


36.5 


91.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


51 


62.2 


39.0 


34 


61.8 


48.0 


17 


63.0 


30.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


15.9 


10.0 


9 


16.4 


14.0 


4 


14.8 


22.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


18 


22.0 


90.0 


12 


21.8 


82.0 


6 


22.2 


81.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


20 


0.0 


98.0 


14 


0.0 


99.0 


6 


0.0 


86.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


17 


85.0 


34.0 


11 


78.6 


48.0 


6 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. OIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



68 
14 



7.2 
1.5 



73.0 
89.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII}. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

PASQUOTANK COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



27093 0.5 55.0 

13105 48.4 52.0 

13988 51.6 49.0 

165 6.1 59.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1688C 0.4 65. C 

8222 48.7 41.0 

8658 51.3 60.0 

110 6.5 31. C 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10213 0.9 43.0 

4883 47.8 58.0 

5330 52.2 43.0 

55 5.4 87.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEARj 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



433 


16.0 


54.0 


281 


16.6 


20.0 


152 


14.9 


92.0 


228 


8.4 


48.0 


148 


8.8 


19. 


80 


7.8 


86.0 


205 


7.6 


65.0 


133 


7.9 


27. 


72 


7.0 


93.0 


424 


97.9 


79.0 


281 


1C0.0 


26. C 


143 


94.1 


80.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 


9 


2. 1 


16.0 





0.0 


63.0 


9 


5.9 


12.0 


49 


11.3 


12.0 


26 


9.3 


10.0 


23 


15.1 


23.0 


53 


12.2 


56.0 


7 


2.5 


77. C 


46 


30.3 


75.0 


683 


0.8 


43.0 


478 


0.8 


41.0 


205 


0.7 


41.0 


409 


59.9 


86.0 


268 


56. 1 


80. 


141 


68.8 


76.0 



5 


11.5 


97.0 


3 


10.6 


95.0 


2 


13.1 


80.0 


3 


6.9 


93.0 


2 


7.1 


87.0 


1 


6.5 


72.0 


3 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


100. 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


2 


4.6 


94.0 


1 


3.6 


89.0 


1 


6.6 


73.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


2 


4.6 


97.0 


1 


3.6 


91. C 


I 


6.6 


79.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


268 


9.9 


55.0 


171 


10.1 


45.0 


97 


9.5 


75.0 




MALES 


154 


11.8 


53.0 


99 


12.0 


49.0 


55 


11.3 


72.0 




FEMALES 


114 


8.1 


48.0 


72 


8.3 


43.0 


42 


7.9 


67.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


2 


1.0 


98.0 


1 


0.9 


96.0 


1 


1.2 


83.0 




5-14 


3 


0.5 


38.0 


1 


0.3 


64.0 


2 


0.8 


24.0 




15-24 


6 


1.1 


75.0 


3 


0.9 


75.0 


3 


1.2 


66.0 




25-34 


7 


2.5 


40.0 


4 


2.0 


25.0 


3 


3.6 


60.0 




35-44 


9 


3.3 


72.0 





0.0 


99. C 


9 


9.8 


32.0 




45-54 


20 


6.6 


89.0 


9 


4.4 


93.0 


11 


11.2 


69.0 




55-64 


45 


17.8 


46.0 


30 


17.9 


30.0 


15 


17.6 


82.0 




65+ 


176 


64.6 


21.0 


123 


64.9 


20.0 


53 


63.8 


45.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


206 


76.9 


2.0 


131 


76.6 


3.0 


75 


77.3 


6.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


17 


6.3 


96.0 


8 


4.7 


99.0 


9 


9.3 


45.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


45 


16.8 


98.0 


32 


18.7 


91.0 


13 


13.4 


95.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


411 


0.9 


38.5 


287 


0.8 


41.0 


124 


1.0 


34.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


228 


55.5 


95.0 


148 


51.6 


95.0 


80 


64.5 


90.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



3289 
103 



121.4 
3.8 



2.0 
14.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
PENDER COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



18068 0.3 75.0 

8933 49.4 17.0 

9135 50.6 84.0 

123 6.8 43.0 



10317 0.3 79.0 

5094 49.4 17.0 

5223 50.6 84.0 

52 5.0 55.0 



7751 0.7 54.0 

3839 49.5 18.0 

3912 50.5 83.0 

71 9.2 67.0 



336 


18.6 


20.0 


168 


16.3 


28.0 


168 


21.7 


49.0 


152 


8.4 


49.0 


73 


7.1 


66.0 


79 


10.2 


63.0 


184 


10.2 


7.0 


95 


9.2 


6.0 


89 


11.5 


32.0 


333 


99.1 


67.0 


168 


1C0.0 


26.0 


165 


98.2 


62.0 


3 


0.9 


22.0 





0.0 


69.0 


3 


1.8 


21.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


25 


7.4 


76.0 


7 


4.2 


92.0 


18 


10.7 


73.0 


74 


22.0 


20.0 


5 


3.0 


65.0 


69 


41.1 


30.0 


371 


0.4 


58.0 


179 


0.3 


60.0 


192 


0.7 


43.5 


245 


66.0 


79.0 


101 


56.4 


79.0 


144 


75.0 


72.0 



1? 


35.0 


33.0 


3 


17.6 


89.0 


9 


52.0 


24.0 


7 


20.4 


26.0 


2 


11.8 


56.0 


5 


28.9 


22.5 


7 


100.0 


31.5 


2 


1C0.0 


40.5 


5 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


3 


42.9 


7.0 





0.0 


61.5 


3 


60.0 


21.5 


5 


14.9 


60.0 


1 


6.0 


87.0 


4 


23.8 


33.0 


2 


6.0 


50.0 


1 


6.0 


19.0 


1 


6.1 


63.0 


7 


20.8 


60.0 


2 


11.9 


82.5 


5 


29.8 


47.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


213 


11.8 


17.0 


116 


11.2 


23.0 


97 


12.5 


28.0 




MALES 


129 


14.4 


16.0 


62 


12.2 


46.0 


67 


17.5 


14.0 




FEMALES 


84 


9.2 


24.0 


54 


10.3 


16.0 


30 


7.7 


72.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


7 


5.3 


57.0 


2 


3. 1 


79. C 


5 


7.4 


58.0 




5-14 


5 


1.3 


4.0 


1 


0.5 


36. 


4 


2.0 


3.0 




15-24 


14 


4.3 


1.0 


4 


2.3 


17.0 


10 


6.5 


1.0 




25-34 


5 


2.6 


31.0 


2 


1.7 


46.0 


3 


4.2 


53.0 




35-44 


12 


6.2 


13.0 


1 


0.9 


97.0 


11 


14.3 


10.0 




45-54 


29 


13.8 


3.0 


16 


11.8 


3.0 


13 


17.3 


25.0 




55-64 


32 


17.0 


58.0 


16 


12.9 


85.0 


16 


25.2 


47.0 




65* 


109 


57.9 


58.0 


74 


63.6 


24.0 


35 


48.7 


84.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


106 


49.8 


94.0 


63 


54.3 


84.0 


43 


44.3 


87.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


35 


16.4 


6.0 


17 


14.7 


30.0 


18 


18.6 


15.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


72 


33. B 


15.0 


36 


31.0 


15.0 


36 


37.1 


33.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


182 


0.4 


65.0 


106 


0.3 


72. 5 


76 


0.6 


50.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


145 


79.7 


52.0 


78 


73.6 


67.0 


67 


88.2 


49.0 



THER EVENTS 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



160 
39 



46.0 
73.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTEI I r A I STATISTICS FQI 19 7 2 
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14 4.3 90.0 



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44 


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- : - 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
PERSON COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



8333 0.7 52.0 

408* 49.0 27.0 

4249 51.0 74.0 

141 16.9 15.0 



25804 


0.5 


58.0 


17471 


0.4 


62.0 


12565 


48.7 


37.0 


8481 


48.5 


49.0 


13239 


51.3 


64.0 


8990 


51.5 


52.0 


240 


9.3 


13.0 


99 


5.7 


41.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



491 


19.0 


12.0 


286 


16.4 


27.0 


205 


24.6 


24.0 


254 


9.8 


11.0 


141 


8.1 


30.0 


113 


13.6 


17.0 


237 


9.2 


16.0 


145 


8.3 


14.0 


92 


11.0 


40.0 


487 


99.2 


66.0 


286 


1C0.0 


26.0 


201 


98.0 


65.0 


3 


0.6 


28.0 





0.0 


69.0 


3 


1.5 


24.0 


1 


0.2 


33.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.5 


31.0 


53 


10.8 


17.0 


28 


9.8 


5.0 


25 


12.2 


62.0 


62 


12.6 


54.0 


4 


1.4 


94.0 


58 


28.3 


77.0 


426 


0.5 


54.0 


255 


0.4 


55.0 


171 


0.6 


46.0 


369 


86.6 


37.0 


223 


87.5 


.27.0 


146 


85.4 


57.0 



FETAL £ 
M R T t 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



0. PERINATAL DEATHS 
9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWI FE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



12 


24.3 


80.0 


7 


24.4 


61.0 


5 


24.3 


76.0 


2 


4.1 


96.0 


1 


3.5 


92. 


1 


4.9 


74.0 


2 


100.0 


31.5 


1 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


10 


20.4 


31.0 


6 


21.0 


18.0 


4 


19.5 


43.0 


3 


6.2 


47.0 





0.0 


84.0 


3 


14.9 


28.0 


13 


26.5 


33.0 


6 


21.0 


37.0 


7 


34.1 


37.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


251 


9.7 


57.0 


187 


10.7 


32.0 


64 


7.7 


89.0 




MALES 


147 


11.7 


54.0 


108 


12.7 


38.0 


39 


9.5 


86.0 




FEMALES 


104 


7.9 


53.0 


79 


8.8 


29. 


25 


5.9 


89.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


13 


7.4 


21.0 


6 


5.6 


21. C 


7 


10.3 


37.0 




5-14 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


88.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


9 


2.0 


33.0 


7 


2.5 


12.0 


2 


1.1 


67.0 




25-34 


6 


2.0 


62.0 


1 


0.5 


92.0 


5 


6.1 


25.0 




35-44 


11 


3.8 


53.0 


7 


3.3 


43.0 


4 


5.3 


67.0 




45-54 


19 


6.0 


91.0 


11 


4.8 


90.0 


8 


9.4 


77.0 




55-64 


41 


15.6 


75.0 


33 


16.4 


46.0 


8 


13.1 


89.0 




65* 


152 


65.7 


18.0 


122 


71.0 


9.0 


30 


50.4 


81.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


165 


65.7 


18.0 


116 


62.0 


46.0 


49 


76.6 


7.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


27 


10.8 


67.0 


23 


12.3 


55.0 


4 


6.3 


74.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


59 


23.5 


79.0 


48 


25.7 


50.0 


11 


17.2 


92.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


191 


0.4 


63.0 


146 


0.4 


61.0 


45 


0.4 


60.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


174 


91.1 


11.0 


132 


90.4 


12.0 


42 


93.3 


27.0 



THER EVENTS 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



324 
75 



12.6 
2.9 



13.0 
47.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 73 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
PITT COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



74790 


1.4 


19.0 


35658 


47.7 


88.0 


39132 


52.3 


13.0 


454 


6.1 


60.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



50169 1.2 24.0 

24035 47.9 85.0 

26134 52.1 16.0 

193 3.8 64.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



24621 2.1 10.0 

11623 47.2 74.0 

12998 52.8 27.0 

261 10.6 45.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


1174 


15.7 


59.0 


590 


11.8 


90.0 


584 


23.7 


31.0 




MALES 


609 


8.1 


60.0 


291 


5.8 


91.0 


318 


12.9 


21.0 




FEMALES 


565 


7.6 


66.0 


299 


6.0 


86.0 


266 


10.8 


46.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1166 


99.3 


62.0 


590 


100.0 


26.0 


576 


98.6 


59.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


8 


0.7 


23.0 





0.0 


63.0 


8 


1.4 


22.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


122 


10.4 


22.0 


37 


6.3 


61.0 


85 


14.6 


31.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


290 


24.7 


12.0 


13 


2.2 


82.0 


277 


47.4 


11.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1318 


1.5 


21.0 


640 


1.0 


31.0 


678 


2.5 


10.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1093 


82.9 


47.0 


526 


82.2 


35.0 


567 


83.6 


61.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



41 


34.1 


40.0 


11 


18.4 


87. C 


30 


49.8 


30.0 


27 


22.5 


20.0 


9 


15.0 


33.0 


18 


29.9 


18.0 


26 


96.3 


69.0 


8 


88.9 


87.5 


18 


100.0 


25.5 


1 


3.7 


18.0 


1 


11.1 


5.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


8 


29.6 


25.0 





0.0 


61.5 


8 


44.4 


34.5 


14 


11.9 


79.0 


2 


3.4 


90. 


12 


20.5 


41.0 


11 


9.5 


20.0 





0.0 


84.0 


11 


19.2 


15.0 


25 


21.3 


58.0 


2 


3.4 


92. 


23 


39.4 


27.0 



720 


9.6 


58.0 


412 


11.6 


57.0 


308 


7.9 


51.0 


30 


5.6 


52.0 


8 


0.6 


33.0 


22 


1.1 


72.0 


21 


2.5 


37.0 


42 


5.5 


19.0 


93 


11.7 


11.0 


168 


27.2 


3.0 


336 


61.3 


36.0 


344 


47.8 


97.0 


96 


13.3 


38.5 


280 


38.9 


4.0 


729 


1.5 


19.0 


584 


80.1 


51.0 



397 


7.9 


87.0 


238 


9.9 


80.0 


159 


6.1 


87.0 


4 


1.2 


95.0 


6 


0.8 


17.0 


10 


0.7 


88.0 


10 


1.6 


50.0 


14 


2.6 


65.0 


57 


10.4 


8.0 


89 


22.3 


9.0 


207 


57.9 


58.0 


193 


48.6 


98.0 


53 


13.4 


45.0 


151 


38.0 


3.0 


412 


1.2 


26.0 


313 


76.0 


58.0 



323 


13.1 


21.0 


174 


15.0 


31.0 


149 


11.5 


16.0 


26 


12.1 


25.0 


2 


0.3 


50.0 


12 


2.3 


37.0 


11 


5.1 


37.0 


28 


12.0 


20.0 


36 


14.6 


49.0 


79 


36.2 


15.0 


129 


67.6 


30.0 


151 


46.7 


84.0 


43 


13.3 


26.0 


129 


39.9 


25.0 


317 


2.5 


9.5 


271 


85.5 


56.0 



737 
210 



9.9 
2.8 



34.0 
50.0 



♦ SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
POLK COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



11809 0.2 86.0 

5502 46. 6 100.0 

6307 53.4 1.0 

6 0.5 98.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10365 0.3 78.0 

4858 46.9 1C0.0 

5507 53.1 1.0 

-8 -0.8 90.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1444 0.1 84.0 

644 44.6 99.0 

800 55.4 2.0 

14 9.7 57.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



E T 

M 



A L K 
R T A 



I N F A N 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYS) 
LI. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
L2. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



166 


14.1 


88.0 


135 


13.0 


80.0 


31 


21.5 


51.0 


74 


6.3 


98.0 


60 


5.8 


92.0 


14 


9.7 


74.0 


92 


7.8 


56.0 


75 


7.2 


45.0 


17 


11.8 


30.0 


166 


100.0 


9.5 


135 


1C0.0 


26.0 


31 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


13 


7.8 


72.0 


10 


7.4 


37.0 


3 


9.7 


79.0 


20 


12.0 


57.0 


5 


3.7 


51.0 


15 


48.4 


8.0 


179 


0.2 


72.0 


135 


0.2 


69.0 


44 


0.2 


66.0 


100 


55.9 


87.0 


70 


51.9 


81.0 


30 


68.2 


77.0 



5 


29.4 


61.5 


4 


29.0 


41.0 


1 


31.3 


61.5 


4 


23.5 


16.0 


3 


21.7 


17.0 


1 


31.3 


17.0 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


3 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


50.0 


5.0 


1 


33.3 


5.5 


1 


100.0 


4.0 


1 


6.0 


93.0 


1 


7.4 


84. 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


12.1 


10.0 


2 


14.9 


2.0 





0.0 


84.5 


3 


18.1 


81.0 


3 


22.2 


29.0 





0.0 


88.5 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


160 


13.5 


5.0 


143 


13.8 


5.0 


17 


11.8 


42.0 




MALES 


86 


15.6 


8.0 


78 


16.1 


8.0 


8 


12.4 


59.0 




FEMALES 


74 


11.7 


4.0 


65 


11.8 


8. 


9 


11.2 


19.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


3 


3.5 


92.0 


3 


4.2 


54.5 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


3 


1.5 


2.0 


2 


1.2 


6.0 


1 


3.1 


2.0 




15-24 


1 


0.6 


96.0 


1 


0.7 


87.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


4 


3.3 


15.0 


4 


3.6 


3.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


6 


5.3 


23.0 


5 


5.0 


7.0 


1 


7.4 


47.0 




45-54 


13 


9.2 


35.0 


9 


7.1 


55.0 


4 


28.8 


5.0 




55-64 


23 


15.7 


73.0 


22 


16.6 


43.0 


1 


7.2 


95.0 




65* 


107 


53.2 


82.0 


97 


52.6 


81.0 


10 


60.2 


54.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


102 


63.7 


26.0 


95 


66.4 


22.0 


7 


41.2 


92.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


21 


13.1 


41.0 


17 


11.9 


58.0 


4 


23.5 


5.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


37 


23.1 


83.0 


31 


21.7 


84.0 


6 


35.3 


40.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


201 


0.4 


62.0 


182 


0.5 


53.0 


19 


0.2 


71.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


127 


63.2 


92.0 


114 


62.6 


88.0 


13 


68.4 


84.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



73 
?8 



6.2 
2.4 



84.0 
67.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
RANDOLPH COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



79701 


1.5 


17.0 


39026 


49.0 


31.0 


40675 


51.0 


70.0 


571 


7.2 


38.0 



73952 1.8 14.0 

36221 49.0 29.0 

37731 51.0 72.0 

513 6.9 25.0 



FETAL 
M R 



5 INFANT 
T A L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PtJSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



5749 0.5 59.0 

2805 48.8 30.0 

2944 51.2 71.0 

58 10.1 49.0 



1252 


15.7 


58.0 


1139 


15.4 


35.0 


113 


19.7 


67.0 


633 


7.9 


66.0 


574 


7.8 


40. 


59 


10.3 


60.0 


619 


7.8 


58.0 


565 


7.6 


32.0 


54 


9.4 


74.0 


1250 


99.8 


30.0 


1137 


99.8 


64.0 


113 


100.0 


16.0 


2 


0.2 


49.0 


2 


0.2 


25.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


108 


8.6 


56.0 


94 


8.3 


18.0 


14 


12.4 


60.0 


55 


4.4 


96.0 


18 


1.6 


92. C 


37 


32.7 


65.0 


771 


0.9 


37.0 


683 


1.1 


27.0 


88 


0.3 


57.0 


704 


91.3 


19.0 


619 


90.6 


16.0 


85 


96.6 


18.0 



27 


21.4 


93.0 


24 


20.9 


80.0 


3 


26.1 


74.0 


10 


7.9 


92.0 


8 


7.0 


88. 


2 


17.4 


54.0 


10 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


2 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


1 


10.0 


62.5 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


50.0 


28.0 


17 


13.6 


72.0 


16 


14.0 


48.0 


1 


8.8 


70.0 


7 


5.7 


55.0 


5 


4.5 


38.0 


2 


17.9 


19.0 


24 


19.2 


72.0 


21 


18.4 


52.0 


3 


26.5 


57.0 



TOTAL 


681 


8.5 


82.0 


626 


8.5 


78. 


55 


9.6 


72.0 


MALES 


396 


10.1 


83.0 


365 


10.1 


76.0 


31 


11.1 


75.0 


FEMALES 


285 


7.0 


72.0 


261 


6.9 


68.0 


24 


8.2 


61.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


29 


4.3 


82.0 


26 


4.2 


52.0 


3 


4.6 


78.0 


5-14 


8 


0.5 


40.0 


8 


0.6 


33.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


35 


2.6 


12.0 


30 


2.4 


15.0 


5 


4.7 


6.0 


25-34 


14 


1.3 


85.0 


13 


1.3 


70.0 


1 


1.5 


79.0 


35-44 


25 


2.6 


89.0 


20 


2.2 


79.0 


5 


8.8 


36.0 


45-54 


63 


6.6 


86.0 


58 


6.5 


66. C 


5 


8.2 


83.0 


55-64 


135 


17.6 


47.0 


118 


16.4 


48.0 


17 


36.2 


16.0 


65 + 


37 2 


57.9 


57.0 


353 


58.7 


46.0 


19 


46.0 


87.0 


PLACt OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


371 


54.5 


79.0 


339 


54.2 


85.0 


32 


58.2 


40.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


87 


12.8 


45.0 


84 


13.4 


44.0 


3 


5.5 


76.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


223 


32.7 


19.0 


203 


32.4 


13.0 


20 


36.4 


35.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


461 


1.0 


32.0 


415 


1.2 


25.0 


46 


0.4 


59.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


413 


89.6 


18.0 


369 


88.9 


19.0 


44 


95.7 


20.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. 
Ifl. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



581 
187 



7.3 
2.3 



72.0 
70.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
RICHMOND COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



40043 


0.8 


43.0 


19188 


47.9 


78.0 


20855 


52.1 


23.0 


253 


6.3 


55.0 



28196 0.7 45.0 

13504 47.9 86.0 

14692 52.1 15.0 

145 5.1 53.0 



11847 1.0 35.0 

5684 48.0 53.0 

6163 52.0 48.0 

108 9.1 68.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


747 


18.7 


19.0 


483 


17.1 


13.0 


264 


22.3 


41.0 




MALES 


371 


9.3 


27.0 


238 


8.4 


24.0 


133 


11.2 


44.0 




FEMALES 


376 


9.4 


13.0 


245 


8.7 


7.0 


131 


11.1 


39.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


737 


98.7 


73.0 


482 


99.8 


69.0 


255 


96.6 


72.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


10 


1.3 


13.0 


1 


0.2 


21.0 


9 


3.4 


12.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


55 


7.4 


79.0 


29 


6.0 


67. 


26 


9.8 


78.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


113 


15.1 


40.0 


23 


4.8 


26.5 


90 


34.1 


62.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


657 


0.7 


46.0 


413 


0.7 


45.0 


244 


0.9 


38.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


596 


90.7 


22.0 


376 


91.0 


12. C 


220 


90.2 


37.0 



FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



25 


32.9 


45.0 


17 


34.5 


21.5 


8 


30.0 


64.0 


13 


17.1 


39.0 


10 


20.3 


20. C 


3 


11.2 


67.0 


13 


100.0 


31.5 


10 


1C0.0 


40.5 


3 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


15.4 


52.0 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


66.7 


16.5 


12 


16.1 


47.5 


7 


14.5 


44.0 


5 


18.9 


46.5 


3 


4.1 


75.5 





0.0 


84.0 


3 


11.6 


42.0 


15 


20.1 


65.5 


7 


14.5 


72.0 


8 


30.3 


46.0 



TOTAL 


494 


12.3 


10.0 


338 


12.0 


17.0 


156 


13.2 


19.0 


MALES 


289 


15.1 


10.0 


204 


15.1 


10.0 


85 


15.0 


32.0 


FEMALES 


205 


9.8 


18.0 


134 


9. 1 


24.0 


71 


11.5 


15.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


16 


5.2 


59.0 


7 


3.4 


73. C 


9 


8.6 


48.0 


5-14 


8 


1.0 


9.0 


4 


0.8 


18.0 


4 


1.3 


10.0 


15-24 


18 


2.4 


17.0 


8 


1.7 


35.0 


10 


3.8 


14.0 


25-34 


8 


1.8 


70.0 


6 


1.8 


41.0 


2 


2.0 


75.0 


35-44 


19 


4.5 


37.0 


12 


3.6 


33.0 


7 


7.3 


48.0 


45-54 


43 


8.6 


52.0 


31 


8.0 


37.0 


12 


10.8 


71.0 


55-64 


108 


27.7 


2.0 


75 


26.1 


1.0 


33 


32.0 


25.0 


65+ 


274 


72.8 


5.0 


195 


70.0 


12.0 


79 


80.4 


10.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


303 


61.3 


46.0 


215 


63.6 


33.0 


88 


56.4 


44.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


80 


16.2 


7.0 


49 


14.5 


33.0 


31 


19.9 


10.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


HI 


22.5 


86.0 


74 


21.9 


81.0 


37 


23.7 


77.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


318 


0.7 


50.0 


213 


0.6 


49. 


105 


0.8 


37.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


293 


92.1 


7.0 


201 


94.4 


4.0 


92 


87.6 


50.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. 


MARRIAGES 


204 


5.1 


92.0 


18. 


DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 


139 


3.5 


24.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 77 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ROBESON COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



83884 


1.6 


16.0 


40436 


48.2 


60.0 


43448 


51.8 


41.0 


1337 


15.9 


4.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



36195 0.9 37.0 

17501 48.4 63.0 

18694 51.6 38.0 

164 4.5 58.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



47689 4.0 6.0 

22935 48.1 50.0 

24754 51.9 51.0 

1173 24.6 3.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


2204 


26.3 


1.0 


556 


15.4 


36.0 


1648 


34.6 


4.0 




MALES 


1129 


13.5 


1.0 


292 


8.1 


31.0 


837 


17.6 


3.0 




FEMALES 


1075 


12.8 


1.0 


264 


7.3 


42.0 


811 


17.0 


4.0 


<.. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


2181 


99.0 


70.0 


556 


1C0.0 


26.0 


1625 


98.6 


60.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


20 


0.9 


20.0 





0.0 


69.0 


20 


1.2 


30.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


3 


0.1 


38.0 





0.0 


63.0 


3 


0.2 


38.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


213 


9.7 


31.0 


42 


7.6 


31.0 


171 


10.4 


75.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


473 


21.5 


22.0 


34 


6.1 


12.0 


439 


26.6 


80.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2043 


2.3 


11.0 


821 


1.3 


23.0 


1222 


4.5 


5.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1627 


79.6 


53.0 


473 


57.6 


77.0 


1154 


94.4 


22.0 



FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



10. 



65 


29.1 


66.0 


13 


23.2 


69.0 


52 


31.0 


63.0 


31 


13.9 


61.0 


4 


7.1 


86.0 


27 


16.1 


58.0 


30 


96.8 


66.0 


4 


100.0 


40.5 


26 


96.3 


51.0 


1 


3.2 


22.0 





0.0 


51.0 


1 


3.7 


17.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


11 


35.5 


15.0 





0.0 


61.5 


11 


40.7 


39.0 


34 


15.4 


53.0 


9 


16.2 


40.0 


25 


15.2 


59.0 


24 


11.1 


13.0 


2 


3.7 


47.0 


22 


13.6 


34.0 


58 


26.3 


35.0 


11 


19.8 


40.0 


47 


28.5 


55.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 


867 


10.3 


43.0 


392 


10.8 


30.0 


475 


10.0 


64.0 


MALES 


518 


12.8 


35.0 


228 


13.0 


32.0 


290 


12.6 


57.0 


FEMALES 


349 


8.0 


49.0 


164 


8.8 


32.0 


185 


7.5 


76.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


64 


8.3 


13.0 


11 


4.2 


54.5 


53 


10.4 


36.0 


5-14 


15 


0.8 


18.0 


4 


0.6 


32.0 


11 


0.9 


21.0 


15-24 


53 


3.1 


6.0 


17 


2.6 


9.0 


36 


3.4 


20.0 


25-34 


31 


3.3 


14.0 


8 


1.7 


43.0 


23 


4.9 


40.0 


35-44 


35 


4.2 


43.0 


13 


3.1 


48.0 


22 


5.3 


68.0 


45-54 


114 


13.4 


5.0 


49 


11.4 


4.0 


65 


15.4 


41.0 


55-64 


172 


24.6 


8.0 


86 


23.5 


5.0 


86 


25.7 


45.0 


65+ 


383 


59.7 


51.0 


204 


58.2 


52.0 


179 


61.6 


52.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


469 


54.1 


82.0 


212 


54.1 


86.5 


257 


54.1 


55.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


117 


13.5 


34.0 


60 


15.3 


22.0 


57 


12.0 


31.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


281 


32.4 


21.0 


120 


30.6 


17.0 


161 


33.9 


45.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


887 


1.9 


10.0 


400 


1.2 


27.0 


487 


3.9 


7.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


656 


74.0 


73.0 


280 


70.0 


79.0 


376 


77.2 


75.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



268 
224 



3.2 100.0 
2.7 59.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



3- 78 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ROCKINGHAM COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



73025 


1.4 


22.0 


34884 


47.8 


83.0 


38141 


52.2 


18.0 


500 


6.8 


41.0 



580A6 1.4 19. C 

27829 47.9 84.0 

30257 52.1 17.0 

342 5.9 39.0 



14939 1.3 22.0 

7055 47.2 73.0 

7884 52.8 28.0 

158 10.6 46.0 



1296 


17.7 


31.0 


960 


16.5 


22.0 


336 


22.5 


38.0 


667 


9. 1 


34.0 


493 


8.5 


21.0 


174 


11.6 


38.0 


629 


8.6 


33.0 


467 


8.C 


20.0 


162 


10.8 


45.0 


1292 


99.7 


43.0 


960 


1C0.0 


26. C 


3 32 


98.8 


56.0 


4 


0.3 


44.0 





0.0 


69.0 


4 


1.2 


32.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


123 


9.5 


34.0 


78 


8. 1 


20.0 


45 


13.4 


49.0 


148 


11.4 


62.0 


39 


4. 1 


41. C 


109 


32.4 


68.0 


1315 


1.5 


22.0 


890 


1.4 


20.0 


425 


1.6 


22.0 


1123 


85.4 


40.0 


798 


89.7 


22.0 


325 


76.5 


68.0 



F E T A 

m n 



T A 



I N F A 
L I T Y 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWI FE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFAMT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



45 


34.0 


41.0 


28 


28.6 


42.0 


17 


49. 1 


32.0 


29 


21.9 


23.0 


19 


19. 4 


24. 


10 


28.9 


22.5 


29 


100.0 


31.5 


19 


100.0 


40.5 


10 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





CO 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


4 


13.8 


55.0 


1 


5.3 


25. C 


3 


30.0 


53.0 


16 


12.3 


76.0 


9 


9.4 


77.0 


7 


20.8 


40.0 


7 


5.5 


60.0 


4 


4.2 


42. C 


3 


9.1 


53.0 


23 


17.7 


82.0 


13 


13.5 


78.0 


10 


29.8 


47.5 



TOTAL 


796 


10.9 


30.0 


618 


10.6 


33.0 


178 


11.9 


41.0 


MALES 


474 


13.6 


28.0 


362 


13.0 


33. C 


112 


15.9 


24.0 


FEMALES 
AGE 

0-4 YEARS 


322 


8.4 


43.0 


256 


8.5 


38.0 


66 


8.4 


59.0 


26 


4.4 


77. C 


15 


3.5 


72. C 


11 


7.2 


61.0 


5-14 


7 


0.5 


45. C 


5 


0.5 


43.0 


2 


0.6 


38.0 


15-24 


39 


3.2 


5.0 


25 


2.8 


7.C 


14 


4.6 


7.0 


25-34 


23 


2.6 


34.0 


12 


1.6 


51. C 


11 


7.3 


16.0 


35-44 


30 


3.6 


59.0 


20 


2.9 


56.0 


10 


6.6 


58.0 


45-54 


90 


9.9 


27.0 


67 


8.8 


23.0 


23 


16.0 


33.0 


55-64 


142 


18.5 


36.0 


116 


17.9 


29.0 


26 


21.2 


65.0 


65* 


4 39 


61.8 


34.0 


358 


6C.C 


40. 


81 


70.7 


27.0 


PLACc OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


515 


64.7 


20.0 


379 


61.3 


52. 


136 


76.4 


8.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


65 


P. 2 


81.0 


53 


8.6 


82.0 


12 


6.7 


68.0 


HOME 0'} NON-INSTITUTION 


216 


27.1 


52.0 


186 


3C.1 


19.0 


30 


16.9 


93.0 


OCCUKRtNCE 




















TOTAL 


706 


1.5 


21.0 


527 


1.5 


19.0 


179 


1.4 


20.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


634 


89. R 


17.0 


480 


91.1 


10.0 


154 


86.0 


54.0 



U T H E -I 



EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1197 
261 



16.4 
3.6 



8.0 
21.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ROWAN COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



91660 1.8 13.0 

44228 48.3 57.0 

47432 51.7 44.0 

408 4.5 79.0 



77020 1.9 13. C 

37256 48.4 59.0 

39764 51.6 42.0 

300 3.9 63.0 



14640 1.2 23.0 

6972 47.6 65.0 

7668 52.4 36.0 

108 7.4 78.0 



1342 


14.6 


79.0 


1046 


13.6 


66.0 


296 


20.2 


64.0 


728 


7.9 


65.0 


574 


7.5 


53.0 


154 


10.5 


53.0 


614 


6.7 


88.0 


472 


6.1 


83.0 


142 


9.7 


70.0 


1339 


99.8 


38.0 


1046 


1C0.0 


26. C 


293 


99.0 


53.0 


2 


0.1 


55.0 





0.0 


69.0 


2 


0.7 


40.0 


1 


0.1 


44.0 





0.0 


63.0 


1 


0.3 


36.0 


94 


7.0 


85.0 


60 


5. 7 


74.0 


34 


11.5 


67.0 


133 


9.9 


69.0 


33 


3.2 


60.0 


100 


33.8 


63.0 


1144 


1.3 


26.0 


850 


1.4 


21.0 


294 


1.1 


31.0 


974 


85.1 


41.0 


707 


83.2 


32.0 


267 


90.8 


34.0 



FETAL 6 
M R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



36 


26.5 


73.0 


20 


18.9 


85.0 


16 


52.5 


23.0 


19 


14.0 


60.0 


10 


9.5 


72.0 


9 


29.5 


20.0 


19 


100.0 


31.5 


10 


1C0.0 


40.5 


9 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


10.5 


59.5 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


22.2 


56.5 


17 


12.7 


74.0 


10 


9.6 


75. 


7 


23.6 


35.0 


6 


4.5 


70.0 


3 


2.9 


54.0 


3 


10.4 


45.0 


23 


17.1 


85.0 


13 


12.4 


80.0 


10 


33.8 


39.0 



934 


10.2 


48.0 


509 


11.5 


59.0 


425 


9.0 


34.0 


31 


4.9 


63.0 


12 


0.7 


22.0 


17 


1.1 


74.0 


23 


2.2 


52.0 


29 


2.7 


86.0 


101 


8.2 


56.0 


170 


16.9 


60.0 


551 


58.1 


56.0 


590 


63.2 


31.0 


112 


12.0 


51.0 


232 


24.8 


69.0 


884 


1.9 


11.0 


656 


74.2 


72.0 



746 


9.7 


55.0 


412 


11.1 


60.0 


334 


8.4 


41.0 


17 


3.3 


76.0 


10 


0.7 


20.0 


13 


1.0 


67.0 


15 


1.7 


45.0 


24 


2.6 


67.0 


77 


7.2 


53.0 


133 


15.1 


65.0 


457 


55.7 


69.0 


463 


62.1 


45.0 


104 


13.9 


39.0 


179 


24.0 


60.0 


689 


2.0 


11.0 


493 


71.6 


69.0 



188 


12.8 


24.0 


97 


13.9 


42.0 


91 


11.9 


11.0 


14 


11.9 


28.0 


2 


0.6 


31.0 


4 


1.2 


65.0 


8 


5.2 


35.0 


5 


3.6 


80.0 


24 


15.4 


39.0 


37 


29.0 


31.0 


94 


74.1 


21.0 


127 


67.6 


19.0 


8 


4.3 


82.0 


53 


28.2 


65.0 


195 


1.5 


17.0 


163 


83.6 


61.0 



708 
310 



7.7 
3.4 



69.0 
26.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
RUTHERFORD COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONHHITE 

* * * 

1 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



47842 0.9 37.0 

22969 48.0 71.0 

24873 52.0 30.0 

326 6.8 42.0 



42771 1.1 30. C 

20494 47.9 83.0 

22277 52.1 18.0 

223 5.2 50. C 



5071 0.4 60.0 

2475 48.8 29.0 

2596 51.2 72.0 

103 20.3 7.0 



803 


16.8 


46.0 


634 


14.8 


45.0 


169 


33.3 


5.0 


407 


8.5 


46.0 


323 


7.6 


51.0 


84 


16.6 


6.0 


396 


8.3 


40.0 


311 


7.3 


44. C 


85 


16.8 


6.0 


803 


100.0 


9.5 


634 


1C0.0 


26.0 


169 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


77 


9.6 


32.0 


51 


8.C 


22.0 


26 


15.4 


20.0 


106 


13.2 


49.0 


20 


3.2 


61.0 


86 


50.9 


5.0 


687 


0.8 


41.5 


529 


0.9 


37.0 


158 


0.6 


47.0 


642 


93.4 


13.0 


485 


91.7 


11.0 


157 


99.4 


12.0 



FETAL £ 
M R T I 



10. 
I 1. 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTFNDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTiNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
INFAJT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



27 


33.0 


44.0 


18 


28.0 


45.0 


9 


51.4 


28.0 


15 


18.3 


34.0 


9 


14.0 


39. C 


6 


34.3 


11.0 


15 


100.0 


31.5 


9 


1C0.0 


40. 5 


6 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





C.C 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


4 


26.7 


30.0 





0.0 


61.5 


4 


66.7 


16.5 


12 


14.9 


58.0 


9 


14.2 


45.0 


3 


17.8 


52.0 


4 


5.1 


64.0 


3 


4.8 


34.0 


1 


6.0 


64.0 


16 


19.9 


67.0 


12 


18.9 


46. 


4 


23.7 


64.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


477 


10.0 


52.0 


41 1 


9.6 


56.0 


66 


13.0 


22.0 




MALES 


265 


11.5 


58.0 


229 


11.2 


58.0 


36 


14.5 


37.0 




FEMALES 


212 


8.5 


40.0 


182 


8.2 


46. G 


30 


11.6 


14.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


18 


4.6 


73.0 


14 


4.1 


57. C 


4 


7.6 


56.0 




5-14 


1 


0.1 


88.0 





0.0 


88. C 


1 


0.8 


26.0 




15-24 


11 


1.4 


59.0 


9 


1.3 


52. C 


2 


2.0 


44.0 




25-34 


9 


1.6 


78.0 


7 


1.4 


62.0 


2 


4.4 


49.0 




35-44 


21 


3.9 


52.0 


21 


4.2 


22. C 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


40 


7.0 


79.0 


31 


5.9 


80.0 


9 


19.5 


16.0 




55-64 


82 


15.3 


76.0 


70 


14.2 


73.0 


12 


26.3 


41.0 




65«- 


295 


55.4 


76.0 


259 


53.3 


78.0 


36 


78.1 


14.0 


15. 


PLACt OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


301 


63.1 


32.0 


262 


63.7 


32. C 


39 


59. 1 


37.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


77 


16.1 


8.0 


71 


17.3 


9.C 


6 


9.1 


48.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


99 


20.8 


91.0 


78 


19.0 


90.0 


21 


31.8 


54.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


385 


0.8 


40.0 


321 


C.9 


36. 


64 


0.5 


55.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


348 


90.4 


15.0 


290 


90.3 


13. C 


58 


90.6 


40.0 



OTHER EVEKTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



284 
158 



5.9 
3.3 



87.0 
27.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SAMPSON COUNTY 



10. 
11. 



13. 



14. 



15. 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



live: 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

; E T A L £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HCSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 



12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



TOTAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 
AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 
PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 
16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 



WHITE NONWHITE 

* * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



44267 


0.9 


40.0 


21336 


48.2 


62.0 


22931 


51.8 


39.0 


206 


4.7 


76.0 



512 


11.6 


22.0 


307 


14.4 


17.0 


205 


8.9 


35.0 


22 


6.7 


28.0 


1 


0.1 


89.0 


18 


2.2 


25.0 


15 


3.1 


17.0 


26 


5.4 


22.0 


55 


10.6 


18.0 


87 


17.9 


45.0 


288 


67.6 


13.0 


277 


54.1 


81.0 


67 


13.1 


42.0 


168 


32.8 


18.0 


414 


0.9 


37.0 


350 


84.5 


36.0 



28384 0.7 44. C 

13771 48.5 51. C 

14613 51.5 50.0 

52 1.8 81. C 



344 


12.1 


16.0 


203 


14.7 


15.0 


141 


9.6 


18.0 


13 


6.8 


10. 





0.0 


88. 


10 


2. 1 


24.0 


9 


2.6 


12.0 


11 


3.4 


41. C 


33 


9.1 


20.0 


53 


15.5 


60.0 


215 


70.8 


10. 


195 


56.7 


77.0 


55 


16.0 


16.0 


94 


27. 3 


36.0 


254 


0.7 


46.0 


213 


83.9 


32.0 



15883 1.3 20.0 

7565 47.6 64.0 

8318 52.4 37.0 

154 9.7 56.0 



718 


16.2 


50.0 


396 


14.0 


58.0 


322 


20.3 


63.0 


368 


8.3 


52.0 


215 


7.6 


49.0 


153 


9.6 


75.0 


350 


7.9 


51.0 


181 


6.4 


76.0 


169 


10.6 


50.0 


690 


96.1 


86.0 


394 


99.5 


88.0 


296 


91.9 


85.0 


5 


0.7 


26.0 


1 


0.3 


18.0 


4 


1.2 


28.0 


23 


3.2 


10.0 


1 


0.3 


13.0 


22 


6.8 


11.0 


73 


10.2 


25.0 


31 


7.8 


25.0 


42 


13.0 


54.5 


127 


17.7 


36.0 


10 


2.5 


76. C 


117 


36.3 


52.0 


667 


0.7 


45.0 


364 


0.6 


49. C 


303 


1.1 


30.0 


579 


86.8 


35.0 


305 


83.8 


31.0 


274 


90.4 


36.0 



24 


33.0 


43.0 


13 


32.7 


26.0 


11 


33.4 


53.0 


9 


12.4 


73.0 


2 


5.0 


90. 


7 


21.3 


43.0 


6 


66.7 


94.5 


1 


50.0 


91.0 


5 


71.4 


68.0 


3 


33.3 


1.5 


1 


50.0 


2.0 


2 


28.6 


2.0 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48. 





0.0 


43.5 


6 


66.7 


3.0 


1 


50.0 


1.5 


5 


71.4 


12.0 


15 


20.9 


29.0 


11 


27.8 


6.5 


4 


12.4 


65.0 


5 


7.1 


39.0 


1 


2.6 


58.0 


4 


12.6 


38.0 


20 


27.9 


25.5 


12 


30.3 


8.0 


8 


24.8 


61.0 



168 


10.6 


56.0 


104 


13.7 


43.0 


64 


7.7 


70.0 


9 


6.6 


65.0 


1 


0.3 


56.0 


8 


2.4 


33.0 


6 


4.1 


54.0 


15 


9.5 


33.0 


22 


14.0 


55.0 


34 


23.6 


58.0 


73 


59.4 


57.0 


82 


48.8 


80.0 


12 


7.1 


65.0 


74 


44.0 


14.0 


160 


1.3 


26.0 


137 


85.6 


55.0 



1 1. 

IH. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



278 
78 



6.3 
1.8 



82.0 
84.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SCOTLAND COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

i NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



27318 


0.5 


54.0 


13003 


47.6 


93.0 


14315 


52.4 


8.0 


349 


12.8 


5.0 



17363 0.4 63.0 

8305 47.8 88.0 

9058 52.2 13.0 

122 7.0 22.0 



9955 0.8 45.0 

4698 47.2 75.0 

5257 52.8 26.0 

227 22.8 5.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



633 


23.2 


4.0 


286 


16.5 


24.0 


347 


34.9 


3.0 


320 


11.7 


5.0 


147 


8.5 


23.0 


173 


17.4 


5.0 


313 


11.5 


3.0 


139 


8.0 


21.0 


174 


17.5 


3.0 


629 


99.4 


61.0 


285 


99.7 


78. C 


344 


99.1 


47.0 


4 


0.6 


27.0 


1 


0.3 


15.0 


3 


0.9 


36.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


73 


11.5 


10.0 


25 


8.7 


14.0 


48 


13.8 


43.0 


154 


24.3 


14.0 


19 


6.6 


6.C 


135 


38.9 


41.0 


336 


1.5 


20.0 


433 


C.7 


44.0 


903 


3.3 


8.0 


604 


45.2 


91.0 


263 


60.7 


76.0 


341 


37.8 


89.0 



FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 



10. 
11. 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POST MEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YRI 



12. [NlFAMT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



32 


49.5 


8.0 


18 


61.4 


l.C 


14 


39.7 


44.0 


13 


20.1 


28.0 


7 


23.9 


12.0 


6 


17.0 


56.0 


12 


92.3 


79.0 


7 


1C0.0 


40. 5 


5 


83.3 


63.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


7.7 


9.0 





0.0 


48. 


1 


16.7 


6.0 


5 


38.5 


12.0 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


83.3 


8.5 


19 


30.0 


4.0 


11 


38.5 


1. 


8 


23.1 


36.0 


3 


4.9 


66.0 


1 


3.6 


48.0 


2 


5.9 


65.0 


22 


34.8 


8.0 


12 


42.0 


2.C 


10 


28.8 


53.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


284 


10.4 


41.0 


164 


9.4 


61.0 


120 


12.1 


37.0 




MALES 


163 


12.5 


41.0 


89 


10.7 


68.0 


74 


15.8 


25.0 




FEMALES 


121 


8.5 


42.0 


75 


8.3 


44.0 


46 


8.8 


46.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


23 


9.4 


8.0 


12 


8. 3 


6.C 


11 


10.9 


32.0 




5-14 


2 


0.4 


67.0 





0.0 


88. 


2 


0.8 


22.0 




15-24 


10 


1.6 


46.0 


5 


1.3 


55. C 


5 


2.1 


43.0 




25-34 


8 


2.6 


35.0 


4 


1.8 


39.0 


4 


4.6 


44.0 




35-44 


17 


6.5 


11.0 


6 


3. 3 


44.0 


11 


14.0 


13.0 




45-54 


32 


10.8 


16.0 


16 


8.1 


33.0 


16 


16.2 


31.0 




55-64 


58 


23.9 


12.0 


31 


19.3 


21.0 


27 


33.0 


22.0 




65 + 


134 


70.0 


6.0 


9C 


73.3 


8.0 


44 


64.0 


42.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


182 


64.1 


24.0 


110 


67.1 


20. 5 


72 


60.0 


33.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


36 


12.7 


46.0 


26 


15.9 


17.0 


10 


8.3 


57.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


66 


23.2 


82.0 


28 


17. 1 


96.0 


38 


31.7 


56.0 


16. 


OCCUKRENCE 






















TOTAL 


298 


0.6 


52.0 


144 


0.4 


63. C 


154 


1.2 


27.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


201 


67.4 


84.0 


103 


71.5 


70.0 


98 


63.6 


92.0 



T H E < EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



103 
81 



3.8 
3.0 



98.0 
40.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
STANLY COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



43259 0.8 41.0 

20949 48.4 50.0 

22310 51.6 51.0 

266 6.1 58.0 



38489 1.0 33.0 

18653 48.5 56.0 

19836 51.5 45.0 

208 5.4 44.0 



4770 0.4 62.0 

2296 48.1 46.0 

2474 51.9 55.0 

58 12.2 37.0 



^. 


TOTAL 


697 


16.1 


52.0 


566 


14.7 


49.0 


131 


27.5 


13.0 




MALES 


372 


8.6 


45.0 


305 


7.9 


36.0 


67 


14.0 


13.0 




FEMALES 


325 


7.5 


69.0 


261 


6.8 


59.0 


64 


13.4 


16.0 


<.. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


694 


99.6 


53.0 


564 


99.6 


79.0 


130 


99.2 


44.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


56.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.8 


38.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


2 


0.3 


28.0 


2 


0.4 


9.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


60 


8.6 


57.0 


38 


6.7 


53.0 


22 


16.8 


13.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


83 


11.9 


60.0 


25 


4.4 


33.0 


58 


44.3 


19.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


672 


0.8 


44.0 


532 


0.9 


36.0 


140 


0.5 


52.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


602 


89.6 


29.0 


479 


90.0 


19.0 


123 


87.9 


46.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



22 


31.0 


50.0 


14 


24.4 


61.0 


8 


59.3 


11.0 


12 


16.9 


40.0 


8 


13.9 


41.0 


4 


29.6 


19.0 


12 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


4 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


2 


16.7 


49.0 





0.0 


61.5 


2 


50.0 


28.0 


10 


14.3 


64.0 


6 


10.6 


72.0 


4 


30.5 


19.0 


2 


2.9 


84.0 





0.0 


84.0 


2 


15.7 


26.0 


12 


17.2 


84.0 


6 


10.6 


86.0 


6 


45.8 


19.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


431 


10.0 


53.0 


358 


9.3 


63.0 


73 


15.3 


7.0 




MALES 


249 


11.9 


51.0 


202 


10.8 


65.0 


47 


20.5 


5.0 




FEMALES 


182 


8.2 


47.0 


156 


7.9 


50.0 


26 


10.5 


24.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


16 


4.8 


64.0 


9 


3.2 


77.0 


7 


13.6 


19.0 




5-14 


3 


0.4 


62.0 


3 


0.5 


46. 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


16 


2.1 


29.0 


11 


1.7 


34.0 


5 


4.8 


5.0 




25-34 


12 


2.3 


47.0 


10 


2.1 


23.0 


2 


4.5 


47.0 




35-44 


12 


2.4 


90.0 


11 


2.4 


71.0 


1 


2.8 


81.0 




45-54 


45 


7.9 


62.0 


32 


6.2 


75.0 


13 


23.2 


8.0 




55-64 


69 


14.7 


82.0 


53 


12.5 


88.0 


16 


34.3 


20.0 




65+ 


258 


63.3 


27.0 


229 


61.1 


34.0 


29 


88.4 


5.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


254 


58.9 


60.0 


216 


60.3 


61.0 


38 


52.1 


66.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


58 


13.5 


36.0 


45 


12.6 


53.0 


13 


17.8 


16.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


119 


27.6 


48.0 


97 


27.1 


37.0 


22 


30.1 


60.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


347 


0.7 


47.0 


291 


0.8 


40.0 


56 


0.4 


56.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


310 


89.3 


21.0 


258 


88.7 


20.0 


52 


92.9 


30.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



312 
140 



7.2 
3.2 



75.0 
31.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
STOKES COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEARI 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



24113 0.5 63.0 

11885 49.3 21.0 

12228 50.7 80.0 

198 8.2 22.0 



423 


17.5 


36.0 


229 


9.5 


23.0 


194 


8.0 


45.0 


423 


100.0 


9.5 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


77.0 


22 


5.2 


96.0 


24 


5.7 


86.0 





0.0 


97.5 










WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



21931 0.5 53.0 

10785 49.2 23.0 

11146 50.8 78.0 

166 7.6 17.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



2182 0.2 77.0 

1100 50.4 13.0 

1082 49.6 88.0 

32 14.7 23.0 



375 


17.1 


14.0 


48 


22.0 


45.0 


201 


9.2 


11.0 


28 


12.8 


22.0 


174 


7.9 


23.0 


20 


9.2 


78.0 


375 


1C0.0 


26.0 


48 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


19 


5.1 


80.0 


3 


6.3 


90.0 


7 


1.9 


90.0 


17 


35.4 


59.0 





0.0 


94.0 





0.0 


96.0 

















14 


32.3 


47.0 


14 


36.4 


16.0 





0.0 


89.5 


10 


23.1 


19.0 


10 


26.0 


7.0 





0.0 


86.5 


10 


100.0 


31.5 


10 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 









1 


10.0 


62.5 


1 


10.0 


17.0 









4 


9.5 


82.0 


4 


10.7 


68.0 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


4 


9.5 


95.0 


4 


10.7 


85.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


225 


9.3 


63.0 


209 


9.5 


57.0 


16 


7.3 


93.0 




MALES 


144 


12.1 


49.0 


134 


12.4 


42.0 


10 


9.1 


88.0 




FEMALES 


81 


6.6 


83.0 


75 


6.7 


73.0 


6 


5.5 


90.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


3.0 


94.0 


4 


2.2 


89.0 


2 


9.8 


41.0 




5-14 


2 


0.4 


55.0 


2 


0.5 


42.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


9 


2.3 


18.0 


8 


2.3 


16.0 


1 


2.2 


38.0 




25-34 


9 


2.7 


30.0 


9 


2.9 


9.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


12 


4.2 


42.0 


11 


4.2 


21.0 


1 


3.8 


79.0 




45-54 


25 


9.5 


30.0 


23 


9.5 


13.0 


2 


10.2 


74.0 




55-64 


32 


13.8 


85.0 


27 


12.3 


90.0 


5 


40.7 


11.0 




65* 


130 


55.0 


77.0 


125 


56.6 


64.0 


5 


32.1 


94.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


118 


52.4 


85.0 


109 


52.2 


92.0 


9 


56.3 


46.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


32 


14.2 


25.0 


32 


15.3 


21.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


75 


33.3 


17.0 


68 


32.5 


12.0 


7 


43.8 


16.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


97 


0.2 


85.0 


90 


0.3 


80.0 


7 


0.1 


84.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


91 


93.8 


4.0 


84 


93.3 


5.0 


7 


100.0 


8.5 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



255 
73 



10.6 
3.0 



26.0 
38.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



3- 85 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SURRY COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL WHITE NONHHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



2544 0.2 73.0 

1165 45.8 94.0 

1379 54.2 7.0 

23 9.0 70.0 



52140 


1.0 


33.0 


49596 


1.2 


25.0 


25116 


48.2 


63.0 


23951 


48.3 


68.0 


27024 


51.8 


38.0 


25645 


51.7 


33.0 


409 


7.8 


27.0 


386 


7.8 


16.0 



3. 


TOTAL 




903 


17.3 


40. 


846 


17.1 


15.0 


57 


22.4 


39.0 




MALES 




474 


9. 1 


35.0 


442 


8.9 


15.0 


32 


12.6 


24.0 




FEMALES 




429 


8.2 


41.0 


404 


8.1 


19.0 


25 


9.8 


69.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 
























PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


903 


100.0 


9.5 


846 


1C0.0 


26.0 


57 


100.0 


16.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN 


HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 







0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 




75 


8.3 


59.0 


65 


7.7 


26.0 


10 


17.5 


11.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 




52 


5.R 


85.0 


32 


3.8 


49.0 


20 


35.1 


60.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 
























TOTAL 




1059 


1.2 


27.0 


1004 


1.6 


19.0 


55 


0.2 


64.0 




TO RESIDENTS 




699 


66.0 


80.0 


664 


66. 1 


67.0 


35 


63.6 


79.0 



FETAL & INFAN 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



24 


26.2 


75.0 


21 


24.5 


59.0 


3 


51.7 


26.0 


13 


14.2 


56.0 


12 


14.0 


40.0 


1 


17.2 


55.0 


13 


100.0 


31.5 


12 


1C0.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61. 5 





0.0 


67.5 


11 


12.2 


77.0 


9 


10.6 


70.0 


2 


35.1 


13.0 


6 


6.7 


42.0 


5 


6.0 


20.0 


1 


18.2 


17.0 


17 


18.8 


74.0 


14 


16.5 


60. 


3 


52.6 


14.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


494 


9.5 


62.0 


460 


9.3 


64.0 


34 


13.4 


17.0 




MALES 


308 


12.3 


48.0 


293 


12.2 


44.0 


15 


12.9 


52.0 




FEMALES 


186 


6.9 


74.0 


167 


6.5 


80.0 


19 


13.8 


5.0 


4. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


19 


4.5 


74.0 


16 


4.0 


58.0 


3 


14.6 


13.0 




5-14 


6 


0.6 


29.0 


5 


0.6 


34.0 


1 


1.6 


7.0 




15-24 


16 


1.9 


38.0 


13 


1.6 


38.0 


3 


6.1 


2.0 




25-34 


16 


2.4 


44.0 


14 


2.2 


21.0 


2 


7.8 


10.0 




35-44 


24 


3.8 


54.0 


22 


3.6 


34. C 


2 


8.5 


37.0 




45-54 


36 


5.7 


94.0 


33 


5.4 


85.0 


3 


10.3 


73.0 




55-64 


85 


16.0 


69.0 


81 


15.9 


54.0 


4 


18.8 


77.0 




65* 


292 


56.9 


65.0 


276 


56.4 


66. 


16 


66.4 


32.0 


5. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


292 


59.1 


59.0 


269 


58.5 


71.0 


23 


67.6 


18.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


59 


11.9 


53.0 


55 


12.0 


57.0 


4 


11.8 


32.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


143 


28.9 


39.0 


136 


29.6 


21.0 


7 


20.6 


86.0 


6. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


415 


0.9 


35.5 


390 


1.1 


29.0 


25 


0.2 


69.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


313 


75.4 


69.0 


292 


74.9 


62.0 


21 


84.0 


58.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



610 11.7 
160 3.1 



17.0 
35.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SWAIN COUNTY 



TOTAL 



ITEH 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR» 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



RATE RANK 



7742 0.1 93.0 

3877 50.1 7.0 

3865 49.9 94.0 

38 4.9 75.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



6600 0.2 88.0 

3203 48.5 50.0 

3397 51.5 51.0 

-16 -2.4 92.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1142 0.1 87.0 

674 59.0 4.0 

468 41.0 97.0 

54 47.3 1.0 



157 


20.3 


8.0 


88 


13.3 


75.0 


69 


60.4 


1.0 


87 


11.2 


7.0 


51 


7.7 


41.0 


36 


31.5 


1.0 


70 


9.0 


18.0 


37 


5.6 


91.0 


33 


28.9 


1.0 


157 


100. 


9.5 


88 


100.0 


26.0 


69 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


13 


8.3 


60.0 


7 


8.0 


23.0 


6 


8.7 


84.0 


26 


16.6 


38.0 


10 


11.4 


2.0 


16 


23.2 


84.0 


288 


0.3 


61.0 


166 


0.3 


63.0 


122 


0.4 


54.0 


135 


46.9 


90.0 


69 


41.6 


85. 


66 


54.1 


86.0 



4 


25.3 


79.0 


3 


33.7 


23.0 


1 


14.5 


79.0 


1 


6.3 


94.0 


1 


11.2 


62.0 





0.0 


86.5 


1 


100.0 


3 1.5 


1 


100.0 


40.5 












0.0 


6 1.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









3 


19.1 


38.0 


2 


22.7 


15.0 


1 


14.5 


61.0 


1 


6.5 


44.5 





0.0 


84.0 


1 


14.7 


29.0 


4 


25.5 


38.0 


2 


22.7 


27.0 


2 


29.0 


52.0 



TOTAL 


119 


15.4 


2.0 


104 


15.8 


3.0 


15 


13.1 


20.0 


MALES 


74 


19.1 


2.0 


63 


19.7 


3.0 


11 


16.3 


21.0 


FEMALES 


45 


11.6 


6.0 


41 


12.1 


5.0 


4 


8.5 


56.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


4 


7.3 


22.0 


2 


4.4 


45.0 


2 


21.3 


2.0 


5-14 


2 


1.5 


3.0 


2 


1.8 


1.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


4 


2.9 


9.0 


4 


3.8 


1.0 





0.0 


87.5 


25-34 


2 


2.3 


48.0 


1 


1.3 


66.0 


1 


7.7 


12.0 


35-44 


2 


2.4 


91.0 


2 


2.7 


62. C 





0.0 


92.0 


45-54 


6 


6.8 


84.0 


4 


5.0 


89.0 


2 


23.5 


6.5 


55-64 


21 


24.3 


9.0 


18 


22.2 


11.0 


3 


55.6 


5.0 


65 + 


78 


82.2 


2.0 


71 


82.1 


3.0 


7 


83.3 


8.5 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


88 


73.9 


5.0 


76 


73.1 


8.0 


12 


80.0 


4.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


11 


9.2 


75.0 


11 


10.6 


73.0 





0.0 


92.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


20 


16.8 


97.0 


17 


16.3 


97.0 


3 


20.0 


89.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


127 


0.3 


75.5 


103 


0.3 


74.0 


24 


0.2 


70.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


92 


72.4 


76.0 


79 


76.7 


54.0 


13 


54.2 


93.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



301 
35 



38.9 
4.5 



3.0 
4.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
TRANSYLVANIA COUNTY 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE * ANK 



20463 0.4 68.0 

10180 49.7 11.0 

10283 50.3 90.0 

137 6.7 46.0 



WHITE NONWHITE 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



19276 0.5 57.0 

9525 49.4 16.0 

9751 50.6 85.0 

131 6.8 27.0 



FETAL £ 
M R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



1187 0.1 86.0 

655 55.2 6.0 

532 44.8 95.0 

6 5.1 89.0 



278 


13.6 


93.0 


263 


13.6 


64.0 


15 


12.6 


97.0 


146 


7.1 


89.0 


137 


7.1 


65.0 


9 


7.6 


88.0 


132 


6.5 


94.0 


126 


6.5 


70.0 


6 


5.1 


97.0 


276 


99.3 


64.0 


262 


99.6 


81.0 


14 


93.3 


82.0 


2 


0.7 


24.0 


1 


0.4 


13.0 


1 


6.7 


5.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


19 


6.8 


87.0 


16 


6. 1 


65.0 


3 


20.0 


6.5 


12 


4.3 


97.0 


10 


3.8 


47.0 


2 


13.3 


93.0 


149 


0.2 


74.0 


137 


0.2 


68.0 


12 


0.0 


75.5 


137 


91.9 


17.0 


126 


92.0 


10.0 


11 


91.7 


29.5 



9 


32.0 


48.0 


8 


30.1 


37.0 


1 


66.7 


9.0 


3 


10.7 


80.0 


3 


11.3 


61. 





0.0 


86.5 


3 


100.0 


31.5 


3 


100.0 


40.5 









n 


0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









6 


21.6 


25.0 


5 


19.0 


25.0 


1 


66.7 


2.0 





0.0 


94.5 





0.0 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


6 


21.6 


57.0 


5 


19.0 


45.0 


1 


66.7 


4.0 



TOTAL 


141 


6.9 


97.0 


132 


6.8 


94.0 


9 


7.6 


90.0 


MALES 


81 


8.0 


96.0 


77 


8.1 


94.0 


4 


6.1 


94.0 


FEMALES 


60 


5.8 


93.0 


55 


5.6 


92.0 


5 


9.4 


38.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


7 


4.1 


85.0 


6 


3.8 


64.0 


1 


8.8 


46.5 


5-14 


2 


0.5 


43.0 


2 


0.5 


35.0 





0.0 


81.0 


15-24 


3 


0.8 


89.0 


2 


0.6 


91.0 


1 


2.3 


35.5 


25-34 


5 


1.7 


73.0 


4 


1.5 


59.0 


1 


7.6 


13.0 


35-44 


8 


3.5 


62.0 


8 


3.6 


36.0 





0.0 


92.0 


45-54 


21 


9.3 


34.0 


20 


9.2 


17.0 


1 


12.0 


63.0 


55-64 


24 


13.1 


88.0 


22 


12.6 


87.0 


2 


24.4 


50.5 


65* 


71 


42.5 


98.0 


68 


41.9 


100.0 


3 


58.8 


59.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


85 


60.3 


51.0 


78 


59.1 


67.0 


7 


77.8 


5.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


20 


14.2 


27.0 


20 


15.2 


25.0 





0.0 


92.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


36 


25.5 


64.0 


34 


25.8 


47.0 


2 


22.2 


81.5 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


100 


0.2 


83.0 


93 


0.3 


78.0 


7 


0.1 


84.5 


TO RESIDENTS 


89 


89.0 


22.0 


82 


88.2 


21.0 


7 


100.0 


8.5 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



148 
57 



7.2 
2.8 



74.0 
51.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
TYRRELL COUNTY 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



3647 0.1 100.0 

1745 47.8 79.0 

1902 52.2 22.0 

-24 -6.6 100.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



2066 0.1 100.0 

984 47.6 93.0 

1082 52.4 8.0 

-33 -16.0 100.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1561 0.1 83.0 

761 48.1 47.0 

820 51.9 54.0 

9 5.7 86.0 



45 


12.3 


99.0 


16 


7.7 


100.0 


29 


18.3 


80.0 


23 


6.3 


97.0 


7 


3.4 


100.0 


16 


10.1 


68.0 


22 


6.0 


98.0 


9 


4.4 


95.0 


13 


8.2 


85.0 


39 


86.7 


96.0 


16 


1C0.0 


26.0 


23 


79.3 


93.0 


1 


2.2 


7.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


3.4 


11.0 


5 


11.1 


4.0 





0.0 


63.0 


5 


17.2 


5.0 


4 


8.9 


47.0 





0.0 


99.5 


4 


13.8 


44.0 


18 


40.0 


1.0 


1 


6.3 


11.0 


17 


58.6 


3.0 


7 


0.0 


85.0 





0.0 


94.0 


7 


0.0 


79.5 


6 


85.7 


39.0 









6 


85.7 


54.0 



FETAL S INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



1 


21.7 


91.0 





0.0 


98.5 


1 


33.3 


54.0 


1 


21.7 


24.0 





0.0 


96.5 


1 


33.3 


15.5 





0.0 


96.0 












0.0 


75.0 





0.0 


61.0 












0.0 


46.5 


1 


100.0 


1.0 









1 


100.0 


1.0 


1 


100.0 


1.5 









1 


100.0 


4.0 





0.0 


98.0 





0.0 


95.5 





0.0 


86.0 


1 


22.2 


3.0 


1 


62.5 


1.0 





0.0 


84.5 


1 


22.2 


54.5 


1 


62.5 


1.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


69 


18.9 


1.0 


49 


23.7 


1.0 


20 


12.7 


26.0 




MALES 


37 


21.2 


1.0 


23 


23.4 


1.0 


14 


18.4 


10.0 




FEMALES 


32 


16.8 


1.0 


26 


24.0 


1.0 


6 


7.3 


79.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


2 


9.8 


7.0 


1 


9.0 


3.5 


1 


10.6 


34.0 




5-14 


1 


1.2 


6.0 





0.0 


88.0 


1 


2.0 


4.0 




15-24 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


97.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 





0.0 


99.0 





0.0 


97.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


3 


9.1 


1.0 


2 


9.8 


1.0 


1 


8.1 


39.0 




45-54 


4 


8.8 


45.0 


3 


10.6 


7.0 


1 


6.0 


87.0 




55-64 


13 


26.2 


4.0 


8 


25.2 


4.0 


5 


27.9 


38.0 




65+ 


46 


91.6 


1.0 


35 


98.0 


1.0 


11 


75.9 


17.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


47 


68.1 


14.0 


36 


73.5 


7.0 


11 


55.0 


52.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


17.4 


5.0 


7 


14.3 


36.0 


5 


25.0 


2.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


10 


14.5 


100.0 


6 


12.2 


100.0 


4 


20.0 


89.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


62 


0.1 


87.0 


44 


0.1 


87.0 


18 


0.1 


72.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


44 


71.0 


78.0 


31 


70.5 


76.0 


13 


72.2 


81.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



3fl 

4 



10.4 
1.1 



28.0 
98.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
UNION COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

» * * 

A NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



56974 


l.l 


30.0 


28145 


49.4 


19.0 


28829 


50.6 


82.0 


570 


10.0 


10.0 



46351 1.2 29.0 

22904 49.4 15.0 

23447 50.6 86.0 

327 7.1 21.0 



FETAL 

M R 



T A 



1 N F A N T 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



10623 0.9 40.0 

5241 49.3 21.0 

5382 50.7 80.0 

243 22.9 4.0 



1063 


18.7 


18.0 


730 


15.7 


30.0 


333 


31.3 


7.0 


551 


9.7 


17.0 


378 


8.2 


28.0 


173 


16.3 


8.0 


512 


9.0 


20.0 


352 


7.6 


33.0 


160 


15.1 


11.0 


1059 


99.6 


49.0 


730 


1C0.0 


26.0 


329 


98.8 


57.0 


4 


0.4 


3B.0 





0.0 


69.0 


4 


1.2 


31.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


92 


8.7 


55.0 


55 


7.5 


32.0 


37 


11.1 


70.0 


114 


10.7 


64.0 


13 


1.8 


91. 


101 


30.3 


73.0 


1007 


1.1 


29.0 


605 


1.0 


32.0 


402 


1.5 


23.0 


783 


77.8 


61.0 


467 


77.2 


46.0 


316 


78.6 


66.0 



40 


36.9 


28.0 


21 


28.5 


43.0 


19 


54.9 


18.0 


21 


19.4 


30.0 


8 


10.8 


63. 


13 


37.6 


9.0 


21 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


100.0 


40.5 


13 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


8 


38.1 


13.0 


3 


37.5 


3.0 


5 


38.5 


42.0 


19 


17.9 


43.0 


13 


17.8 


28.0 


6 


18.0 


51.0 


3 


2.9 


85.0 


1 


1.4 


67.0 


2 


6.1 


62.0 


22 


20.7 


61.0 


14 


19.2 


43.0 


8 


24.0 


62.0 



TOTAL 


493 


8.7 


80.0 


403 


8.7 


71.0 


90 


8.5 


84.0 


MALES 


273 


9.7 


88.0 


224 


9.8 


82.0 


49 


9.3 


87.0 


FEMALES 


220 


7.6 


58.0 


179 


7.6 


56.0 


41 


7.6 


74.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


23 


4.5 


75.0 


14 


3.6 


67. C 


9 


6.9 


64.0 


5-14 


5 


0.4 


56.0 


4 


0.5 


47.0 


1 


0.4 


48.0 


15-24 


24 


2.2 


24.0 


19 


2.2 


21.0 


5 


2.4 


32.0 


25-34 


16 


2.1 


55.0 


10 


1.6 


52.0 


6 


5.2 


33.0 


35-44 


21 


3.4 


63.0 


16 


3.0 


50.0 


5 


5.7 


65.0 


45-54 


55 


9.1 


41.0 


44 


8.5 


29.0 


11 


11.9 


65.0 


55-64 


82 


16.8 


61.0 


64 


15.6 


59.0 


18 


23.6 


57.0 


65* 


267 


56.9 


66.0 


232 


58.0 


57.0 


35 


50.5 


80.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


360 


73.0 


8.0 


287 


71.2 


12.0 


73 


81.1 


3.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


45 


9.1 


76.0 


42 


10.4 


75.0 


3 


3.3 


85.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


88 


17.8 


95.0 


74 


18.4 


92.0 


14 


15.6 


94.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


417 


0.9 


34.0 


323 


0.9 


34.5 


94 


0.7 


40.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


347 


83.2 


44.0 


271 


83.9 


31.0 


76 


80.9 


65.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



272 
150 



4.8 
2.6 



96.0 
60.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICSFOR 1972 
VANCE COUNTY 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



32846 0.6 48.0 

15639 47.6 91.0 

17207 52.4 10.0 

261 7.9 25.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



19044 0.5 58. C 

9051 47.5 96.0 

9993 52.5 5.0 

92 4.8 56.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



13802 1.2 26.0 

6583 47.7 60.0 

7214 52.3 41.0 

169 12.2 34.0 



3. 


TOTAL 




628 


19.1 


11.0 


288 


15.1 


39.0 


340 


24.6 


23.0 




MALES 




319 


9.7 


15.0 


147 


7.7 


42.0 


172 


12.5 


25.0 




FEMALES 




309 


9.4 


12.0 


141 


7.4 


40.0 


168 


12.2 


26.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 
























PHYSICIAN IN HOSP 


ITAL 


568 


90.4 


95.0 


288 


1C0.0 


26.0 


280 


82.4 


92.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN 1 


HOSPITAL 


1 


0.2 


50.0 





0.0 


69.0 


1 


0.3 


52.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 




59 


9.4 


5.0 





0.0 


63.0 


59 


17.4 


4.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 




73 


11.6 


9.0 


22 


7.6 


29.0 


51 


15.0 


28.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 




127 


20.2 


24.0 


6 


2.1 


88.0 


121 


35.6 


56.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 
























TOTAL 




777 


0.9 


36.0 


440 


0.7 


42.0 


337 


1.2 


26.5 




TO RESIDENTS 




525 


67.6 


75.0 


269 


61.1 


75.0 


256 


76.0 


69.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



27 


42.1 


15.0 


9 


30.8 


32.0 


18 


51.6 


27.0 


13 


20.3 


27.0 


4 


13.7 


44.0 


9 


25.8 


30.0 


13 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


1C0.0 


40.5 


9 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


6 


46.2 


6.0 





0.0 


61.5 


6 


66.7 


16.5 


14 


22.3 


20.0 


5 


17.4 


30. 


9 


26.5 


25.0 


1 


1.6 


88. 





0.0 


84.0 


1 


3.0 


71.0 


15 


23.9 


46.0 


5 


17.4 


55.0 


10 


29.4 


49.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


367 


11.2 


27.0 


196 


10.3 


39.0 


171 


12.4 


31.0 




MALES 


197 


12.6 


39.0 


110 


12.2 


47.0 


87 


13.2 


48.0 




FEMALES 


170 


9.9 


17.0 


86 


8.6 


35.0 


84 


11.6 


13.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


19 


6.9 


25.0 


5 


3.6 


66. C 


14 


10.2 


39.0 




5-14 


4 


0.6 


31.0 





0.0 


88.0 


4 


1.2 


14.0 




15-24 


13 


2.2 


26.0 


7 


2.3 


18.0 


6 


2.0 


45.0 




25-34 


3 


0.8 


91.0 





0.0 


97.0 


3 


2.4 


73.0 




35-44 


24 


6.5 


10.0 


8 


3.4 


40.0 


16 


12. 1 


19.0 




45-54 


39 


10.3 


22.0 


19 


7.6 


44.0 


20 


15.6 


38.0 




55-64 


58 


18.9 


31.0 


33 


16.9 


40.0 


25 


22.3 


62.0 




65* 


207 


63.2 


28.0 


124 


58.0 


55.0 


83 


72.9 


24.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


235 


64.0 


25.0 


124 


63.3 


38.0 


111 


64.9 


24.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


49 


13.4 


37.0 


34 


17.3 


7.0 


15 


8.8 


50.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


83 


22.6 


84.0 


38 


19.4 


88. C 


45 


26.3 


68.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


384 


0.8 


41.0 


212 


0.6 


50.0 


172 


1.4 


23.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


293 


76.3 


63.0 


157 


74.1 


66.0 


136 


79.1 


70.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



519 
115 



15.8 
3.5 



9.0 
23.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WAKE COUNTY 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE NONWHITE 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



241812 4.6 3.0 188409 4.7 3.0 

118889 49.2 26.0 93007 49.4 20.0 

122923 50.8 75.0 95402 50.6 81.0 

1868 7.7 28.0 1363 7.2 18.0 



53403 4.5 4.0 

25882 48.5 38.0 

27521 51.5 63.0 

505 9.5 60.0 



3. 


TOTAL 




MALES 




FEMALES 


4. 


ATTENDANT 




PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 




TOTAL 




TO RESIDENTS 


F E 


TAL 6 INFANT 




MORTALITY 


8. 


PERINATAL DEATHS 


9. 


FETAL DEATHS 



ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNTONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



3616 


15.0 


75.0 


2585 


13.7 


62.0 


1031 


19.3 


69.0 


1863 


7.7 


74.0 


1332 


7.1 


67.0 


531 


9.9 


70.0 


1753 


7.2 


72.0 


1253 


6.7 


66.0 


500 


9.4 


75.0 


3611 


99.9 


26.0 


2582 


99.9 


60.0 


1029 


99.8 


32.0 


5 


0.1 


57.0 


3 


0.1 


28.0 


2 


0.2 


56.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


320 


8.8 


50.0 


166 


6.4 


59.0 


154 


14.9 


29.0 


389 


10.8 


63.0 


57 


2.2 


81.0 


332 


32.2 


70.0 


3689 


4.1 


5.0 


2660 


4.3 


5.0 


1029 


3.8 


7.0 


3383 


91.7 


18.0 


2401 


90.3 


17.0 


982 


95.4 


20.0 



104 


28.4 


68.0 


63 


24.1 


66.0 


41 


39.0 


46.0 


47 


12.8 


70.0 


27 


10.3 


66.0 


20 


19.0 


48.0 


47 


100.0 


31.5 


27 


100.0 


40.5 


20 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


10 


21.3 


39.0 


1 


3.7 


29.0 


9 


45.0 


33.0 


57 


15.8 


51.0 


36 


13.9 


52.0 


21 


20.4 


42.0 


27 


7.6 


31.0 


14 


5.5 


29.0 


13 


12.9 


36.0 


84 


23.2 


47.0 


50 


19.3 


42.0 


34 


33.0 


41.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


1748 


7.2 


95.0 


1222 


6.5 


96.0 


526 


9.8 


66.0 




MALES 


1020 


8.6 


93.0 


704 


7.6 


95.0 


316 


12.2 


64.0 




FEMALES 


728 


5.9 


92.0 


518 


5.4 


95.0 


210 


7.6 


73.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


102 


5.2 


58.0 


63 


4.2 


51.0 


39 


8.2 


50.0 




5-14 


15 


0.3 


70.0 


12 


0.4 


54.0 


3 


0.3 


58.0 




15-24 


66 


1.3 


64.0 


43 


1.1 


65.0 


23 


1.8 


50.0 




25-34 


70 


2.0 


64.0 


35 


1.2 


75.0 


35 


5.7 


27.0 




35-44 


96 


3.4 


69.0 


62 


2.6 


64.0 


34 


6.7 


57.0 




45-54 


225 


8.8 


46.0 


145 


7.1 


56.0 


80 


15.8 


36.0 




55-64 


305 


17.3 


54.0 


207 


15.2 


63.0 


98 


24.2 


52.0 




65 + 


869 


53.0 


84.0 


655 


52.4 


82.0 


214 


54.9 


69.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


972 


55.6 


74.0 


701 


57.4 


74.0 


271 


51.5 


67.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


256 


14.6 


20.0 


181 


14.8 


28.0 


75 


14.3 


23.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


520 


29.7 


36.0 


340 


27.8 


30.0 


180 


34.2 


43.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1929 


4.1 


6.0 


1373 


4.0 


6.0 


556 


4.4 


5.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1515 


78.5 


56.0 


1050 


76.5 


56.0 


465 


83.6 


60.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



1 7. 
1R. 



MARRIAGES 

DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



1992 
891 



8.2 
3.7 



58.0 
16.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WARREN COUNTY 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



14946 


0.3 


80.0 


7204 


48.2 


61.0 


7742 


51.8 


40.0 


33 


2.2 


89.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



5694 0.1 92.0 

2706 47.5 97.0 

2988 52.5 4.0 

-24 -4.2 98.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9252 0.8 48.0 

4498 48.6 35.0 

4754 51.4 66.0 

57 6.2 82.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


225 


15.1 


72.0 


54 


9.5 


97.0 


171 


18.5 


79.0 




MALES 


109 


7.3 


84.0 


32 


5.6 


93.0 


77 


8.3 


84.0 




FEMALES 


116 


7.8 


59.0 


22 


3.9 


99.0 


94 


10.2 


63.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


216 


96.0 


87.0 


54 


1C0.0 


26.0 


162 


94.7 


78.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


6 


2.7 


5.0 





0.0 


69.0 


6 


3.5 


10.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


3 


1.3 


20.0 





0.0 


63.0 


3 


1.8 


20.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


29 


12.9 


1.0 


2 


3.7 


94.0 


27 


15.8 


18.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


52 


23.1 


17.0 


3 


5.6 


15.0 


49 


28.7 


76.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


32 


0.0 


83.0 


4 


O.C 


83.0 


28 


0.1 


71.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


28 


87.5 


34.0 


4 


1CC.0 


2.5 


24 


85.7 


54.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. PUSTNEONATAL <28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



9 


39.0 


21.0 





0.0 


98.5 


9 


50.8 


29.0 


6 


26.0 


10.0 





CO 


96.5 


6 


33.9 


13.0 


5 


83.3 


86.5 









5 


83.3 


63.5 


1 


16.7 


7.0 









1 


16.7 


7.0 





0.0 


55.5 












0.0 


43.5 


2 


33.3 


19.5 









2 


33.3 


48.0 


3 


13.3 


73.0 





0.0 


95.5 


3 


17.5 


54.0 


2 


9.0 


23.0 





O.C 


84.0 


2 


11.9 


41.0 


5 


22.2 


54.5 





0.0 


96.5 


5 


29.2 


51.0 



TOTAL 


192 


12.8 


9.0 


78 


13.7 


6.0 


114 


12.3 


33.0 


MALES 


117 


16.2 


5.0 


44 


16.3 


7.0 


73 


16.2 


23.0 


FEMALES 


75 


9.7 


21.0 


34 


11.4 


10.0 


41 


8.6 


53.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


5 


5.7 


49.0 





0.0 


98.5 


5 


7.7 


55.0 


5-14 


4 


1.3 


5.0 


1 


1.3 


5.0 


3 


1.3 


11.0 


15-24 


10 


3.7 


2.0 


3 


3.5 


3.0 


7 


3.8 


15.0 


25-34 


4 


3.5 


11.0 


3 


6.0 


1.0 


1 


1.6 


77.0 


35-44 


6 


4.1 


47.0 





0.0 


99.0 


6 


7.0 


52.0 


45-54 


23 


13.0 


6.0 


8 


9.8 


12.0 


15 


15.9 


35.0 


55-64 


24 


14.0 


84.0 


8 


9.4 


99.0 


16 


18.4 


78.0 


65 + 


116 


56.7 


68.0 


55 


54.1 


74.0 


61 


59.3 


58.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


119 


62.0 


40.0 


55 


70.5 


13.0 


64 


56.1 


48.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


18 


9.4 


73.0 


8 


10.3 


76.0 


10 


8.8 


50.5 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


55 


28.6 


43.0 


15 


19.2 


89.0 


40 


35.1 


41.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


115 


0.2 


79.0 


41 


0.1 


88.0 


74 


0.6 


52.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


97 


84.3 


37.0 


31 


75.6 


60.0 


66 


89.2 


46.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



341 
41 



22.8 
2.7 



7.0 
53.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

WASHINGTON COUNTY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



14164 


0.3 


82.0 


7017 


49.5 


15.0 


7147 


50.5 


86.0 


B4 


5.9 


63.0 



8390 0.2 83.0 

4174 49.7 12.0 

4216 50.3 89.0 

27 3.2 71.0 



FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



5774 0.5 58.0 

2843 49.2 23.0 

2931 50.8 78.0 

57 9.9 53.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


230 


16.2 


49.0 


109 


13.0 


81.0 


121 


21.0 


58.0 




MALES 


130 


9.2 


30.0 


59 


7.0 


70.0 


71 


12.3 


27.0 




FEMALES 


100 


7.1 


80.0 


50 


6.0 


87.0 


50 


8.7 


83.0 


h. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


187 


81.3 


98.0 


108 


99.1 


95.0 


79 


65.3 


96.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


43 


18.7 


1.0 


1 


0.9 


3.0 


42 


34.7 


1.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


21 


9.1 


43.0 


5 


4.6 


90.0 


16 


13.2 


51.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


51 


22.2 


19.0 


3 


2.8 


70.0 


48 


39.7 


37.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


108 


0.1 


79.0 


32 


0.1 


79.0 


76 


0.3 


61.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


97 


89.8 


27.0 


25 


78.1 


43.0 


72 


94.7 


21.0 



12 


50.8 


6.0 


3 


26.8 


50.0 


9 


72.6 


6.0 


6 


25.4 


12.0 


3 


26.8 


4.0 


3 


24.2 


33.0 


5 


83.3 


86.5 


3 


1C0.0 


40.5 


2 


66.7 


70.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 


1 


16.7 


3.0 





0.0 


48.0 


1 


33.3 


3.0 


1 


16.7 


49.0 





0.0 


61.5 


1 


33.3 


48.0 


6 


26.1 


11.0 





0.0 


95.5 


6 


49.6 


4.0 


2 


8.9 


24.0 





0.0 


84.0 


2 


17.4 


20.0 


8 


34.8 


7.0 





0.0 


96.5 


8 


66.1 


5.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


146 


10.3 


44.0 


82 


9.8 


54.0 


64 


11.1 


50.0 




MALES 


91 


13.0 


33.0 


52 


12.5 


41.0 


39 


13.7 


45.0 




FEMALES 


55 


7.7 


56.0 


30 


7.1 


63.0 


25 


8.5 


57.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


10 


7.8 


18.0 


1 


1.6 


93.0 


9 


14.1 


17.0 




5-14 


1 


0.3 


72.0 


1 


0.6 


28.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


3 


1.2 


68.0 





0.0 


97.0 


3 


2.5 


30.0 




25-34 


1 


0.6 


93.0 





0.0 


97.0 


1 


2.2 


74.0 




35-44 


13 


8.6 


2.0 


2 


2.1 


84.0 


11 


19.4 


4.0 




45-54 


11 


7.1 


76.0 


4 


4.0 


95.0 


7 


12.7 


61.0 




55-64 


27 


20.8 


25.0 


18 


20.0 


18.0 


9 


22.8 


61.0 




65+ 


80 


68.7 


9.0 


56 


73.5 


7.0 


24 


59.7 


56.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


93 


63.7 


27.0 


55 


67.1 


20.5 


38 


59.4 


35.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


8.2 


80.0 


9 


11.0 


68.0 


3 


4.7 


80.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


41 


28.1 


45.0 


18 


22.0 


77.0 


23 


35.9 


37.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


99 


0.2 


84.0 


46 


0.1 


86.0 


53 


0.4 


58.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


86 


86.9 


26.0 


40 


87.0 


23.5 


46 


86.8 


51.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



114 
22 



8.0 
1.6 



62.0 
87.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WATAUGA COUNTY 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



24724 0.5 61.0 

11860 48.0 74.0 

12864 52.0 27.0 

143 5.8 66.0 



WHITE 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



24459 0.6 49.0 

11729 48.0 82.0 

12730 52.0 19.0 

141 5.8 40.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



265 0.0 93.0 

131 49.4 20.0 

134 50.6 81.0 

2 7.5 77.0 



353 


14.3 


83.0 


349 


14.3 


55.0 


4 


15.1 


91.0 


189 


7.6 


75.0 


187 


7.6 


44.0 


2 


7.5 


89.0 


164 


6.6 


91.0 


162 


6.6 


68.0 


2 


7.5 


89.5 


352 


99.7 


40.0 


348 


99.7 


76.0 


4 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 


1 


0.3 


31.0 


1 


0.3 


10.0 





0.0 


69.0 


24 


6.8 


88.0 


24 


6.9 


48.0 





0.0 


95.5 


19 


5.4 


87.0 


18 


5.2 


22.0 


1 


25.0 


81.0 


502 


0.6 


50.0 


495 


0.8 


39.0 


7 


0.0 


79.5 


334 


66.5 


77.0 


330 


66.7 


66.0 


4 


57.1 


84.0 



12 


33.2 


42.0 


12 


33.6 


24.0 





0.0 


89.5 


8 


22.2 


22.0 


8 


22.4 


15.0 





0.0 


86.5 


8 


100.0 


31.5 


8 


1C0.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 












0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 












0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 









4 


11.3 


80.0 


4 


11.5 


62.0 





0.0 


86.0 


2 


5.7 


54.0 


2 


5.8 


24.0 





0.0 


84.5 


6 


17.0 


87.0 


6 


17.2 


56.0 





0.0 


88.5 



13. 


TOTAL 


210 


8.5 


83.0 


208 


8.5 


77.0 


2 


7.5 


91.0 




MALES 


125 


10.5 


78.0 


124 


10.6 


70.0 


1 


7.6 


91.0 




FEMALES 


85 


6.6 


85.0 


84 


6.6 


79.0 


1 


7.5 


77.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


5.1 


62.0 


8 


5. 1 


30.0 





0.0 


92.0 




5-14 


2 


0.6 


35.0 


2 


0.6 


30.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


10 


1.2 


67.0 


10 


1.2 


60.0 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


7 


2.5 


36.0 


7 


2.6 


13.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


3 


1.3 


99.0 


3 


1.4 


93.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


21 


9.5 


32.0 


20 


9.1 


19.0 


1 


31.3 


4.0 




55-64 


33 


17.3 


52.0 


32 


17.0 


38.0 


1 


40.0 


12.0 




65 + 


126 


60.6 


45.0 


126 


61.4 


32.0 





0.0 


98.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


157 


74.8 


4.0 


156 


75.0 


4.0 


1 


50.0 


72.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


14 


6.7 


94.5 


14 


6.7 


94.0 





0.0 


92.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


39 


18.6 


93.0 


38 


18.3 


93.0 


1 


50.0 


6.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


243 


0.5 


55.0 


239 


0.7 


47.0 


4 


0.0 


89.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


164 


67.5 


83.0 


163 


68.2 


82.0 


1 


25.0 


97.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



289 
50 



11.7 
2.0 



18.0 
78.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WAYNE COUNTY 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



86163 


1.7 


14.0 


42511 


49.3 


20.0 


43652 


50.7 


81.0 


947 


11.0 


8.0 



57910 1.4 20.0 

29034 50.1 8.0 

28876 49.9 93. C 

668 11.5 5.0 



28253 2.4 8.0 

13477 47.7 61.0 

14776 52.3 40.0 

279 9.9 52.0 



1667 


19.3 


9.0 


1081 


18.7 


5.0 


586 


20.7 


59.0 


847 


9.8 


12.0 


546 


9.4 


9.0 


301 


10.7 


51.0 


820 


9.5 


11.0 


535 


9.2 


5.0 


285 


10.1 


64.0 


1660 


99.6 


52.0 


1080 


99.9 


56.0 


580 


99.0 


54.0 


7 


0.4 


35.0 


1 


0.1 


32.0 


6 


1.0 


34.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


132 


7.9 


71.0 


60 


5.6 


76.0 


72 


12.3 


61.0 


247 


14.8 


41.0 


23 


2.1 


87.0 


224 


38.2 


45.0 


1833 


2.1 


14.0 


1204 


1.9 


15.0 


629 


2.3 


11.0 


1608 


87.7 


33.0 


1044 


86.7 


29.0 


564 


89.7 


40.0 



62 


36.5 


30.0 


33 


30.0 


38.0 


29 


48.5 


34.0 


31 


18.3 


35.0 


19 


17.3 


26.0 


12 


20.1 


45.0 


31 


100.0 


31.5 


19 


100.0 


40.5 


12 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 


5 


16.1 


51.0 





0.0 


61.5 


5 


41.7 


38.0 


31 


18.6 


40.0 


14 


13.0 


54.0 


17 


29.0 


22.0 


13 


7.9 


28.0 


6 


5.6 


26.0 


7 


12.3 


39.0 


44 


26.4 


34.0 


20 


18.5 


51.0 


24 


41.0 


23.0 



720 


8.4 


86.0 


442 


10.4 


80.0 


278 


6.4 


90.0 


48 


7.2 


24.0 


9 


0.5 


48.0 


30 


1.7 


42.0 


17 


1.5 


81.0 


41 


4.0 


48.0 


79 


9.1 


37.0 


148 


22.4 


17.0 


348 


57.4 


61.0 


394 


54.7 


78.0 


101 


14.0 


30.0 


225 


31.3 


27.0 


831 


1.8 


13.0 


604 


72.7 


75.0 



413 


7.1 


93.0 


264 


9.1 


88.0 


149 


5.2 


96.0 


22 


5.1 


31. C 


4 


0.3 


61.0 


20 


1.7 


31.0 


7 


C.8 


86.0 


20 


2.7 


61.0 


37 


6.3 


73.0 


72 


16.6 


44.0 


231 


58.0 


56.0 


245 


59.3 


66.0 


52 


12.6 


51.0 


116 


28.1 


28.0 


491 


1.4 


21.0 


347 


70.7 


74.0 



307 


10.9 


52.0 


178 


13.2 


47.0 


129 


8.7 


48.0 


26 


11.0 


30.0 


5 


0.7 


29.0 


10 


1.7 


53.0 


10 


3.5 


62.0 


21 


7.6 


43.0 


42 


15.1 


44.5 


76 


33.8 


21.0 


117 


56.1 


65.0 



149 48.5 81.0 

49 16.0 17.0 

109 35.5 39.0 



340 
257 



2.7 

75.6 



8.0 
77.0 



788 
322 



9.1 
3.7 



45.0 
15.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi, 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WILKES COUNTY 



TOTAL 



NUMBER 



RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNOER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



50481 1.0 35.0 

24810 49.1 27.0 

25671 50.9 74.0 

440 8.7 18.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



47926 1.2 27.0 

23568 49.2 24.0 

24358 50.8 77.0 

423 8.8 10.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



2555 0.2 72.0 

1242 48.6 36.0 

1313 51.4 65.0 

17 6.7 81.0 



889 


17.6 


35.0 


834 


17.4 


10.0 


55 


21.5 


50.0 


487 


9.6 


18.0 


461 


9.6 


6.0 


26 


10.2 


64.0 


402 


8.0 


48.0 


373 


7.8 


31.0 


29 


11.4 


35.0 


886 


99.7 


46.0 


832 


99.8 


72.0 


54 


98.2 


63.0 


3 


0.3 


41.0 


2 


0.2 


19.0 


1 


1.8 


20.0 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


73 


8.2 


65.0 


62 


7.4 


36.0 


11 


20.0 


6.5 


43 


4.8 


94.0 


32 


3.8 


46.0 


11 


20.0 


87.0 


755 


0.8 


39.0 


699 


1.1 


25.0 


56 


0.2 


63.0 


725 


96.0 


10.0 


673 


96.3 


6.0 


52 


92.9 


24.0 



21 


23.5 


82.0 


19 


22.7 


73.0 


2 


35.7 


51.0 


5 


5.6 


95.0 


4 


4.8 


91.0 


1 


17.9 


52.0 


5 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


100.0 


40.5 


1 


100.0 


25.5 





0.0 


61.0 





0.0 


51.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


16 


18.0 


42.0 


15 


18.0 


27.0 


1 


18.2 


50.0 


6 


6.9 


41.0 


6 


7.3 


15.0 





0.0 


84.5 


22 


24.7 


42.0 


21 


25.2 


19.0 


1 


18.2 


74.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


449 


8.9 


72.0 


411 


8.6 


74.0 


38 


14.9 


8.0 




MALES 


279 


11.2 


64.0 


256 


10.9 


64.0 


23 


18.5 


9.0 




FEMALES 


170 


6.6 


84.0 


155 


6.4 


85.0 


15 


11.4 


17.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


26 


6.5 


36.0 


22 


5.8 


18.0 


4 


18.7 


4.0 




5-14 


3 


0.3 


73.0 


3 


0.3 


62.0 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


13 


1.5 


53.0 


11 


1.3 


53.0 


2 


4.2 


8.0 




25-34 


19 


2.7 


25.0 


18 


2.7 


11.0 


1 


3.3 


66.0 




35-44 


20 


3.4 


65.0 


16 


2.9 


58.0 


4 


15.5 


8.0 




45-54 


50 


8.5 


53.0 


44 


7.9 


39.0 


6 


21.4 


12.0 




55-64 


58 


12.5 


94.0 


52 


11.7 


93.0 


6 


26.9 


39.0 




65* 


260 


57.5 


60.0 


245 


56.9 


62.0 


15 


69.1 


28.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


281 


62.6 


37.0 


265 


64.5 


28.0 


16 


42.1 


89.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


31 


6.9 


92.0 


28 


6.8 


93.0 


3 


7.9 


61.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


137 


30.5 


32.0 


118 


28.7 


26.0 


19 


50.0 


6.5 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


308 


0.7 


51.0 


277 


0.8 


43.0 


31 


0.2 


68.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


288 


93.5 


5.0 


258 


93.1 


6.0 


30 


96.8 


18.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



518 
121 



10.3 
2.4 



30.0 
66.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WILSON COUNTY 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



WHITE 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEM4LES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



57436 


1.1 


29.0 


27545 


48. 


76.0 


29891 


52.0 


25.0 


438 


7.6 


31.0 



36693 0.9 36. C 

17887 48.7 39.0 

18806 51.3 62.0 

155 4.2 60.0 



20743 1.7 12.0 

9658 46.6 86.0 

11085 53.4 15.0 

283 13.6 25.0 



1049 


18.3 


25.0 


515 


14. C 


57. C 


534 


25.7 


17.0 


525 


9. 1 


32.0 


252 


6.9 


75.0 


273 


13.2 


19.0 


524 


9.1 


17.0 


263 


7.2 


49.0 


261 


12.6 


23.0 


1016 


96.9 


85.0 


512 


99.4 


92. 


504 


94.4 


79.0 


30 


2.9 


4.0 


3 


0.6 


5.0 


27 


5.1 


6.0 


3 


0.3 


29.0 





CO 


63.0 


3 


0.6 


28.0 


92 


8.8 


53.0 


23 


4.5 


91.0 


69 


12.9 


56.0 


279 


26.6 


10.0 


11 


2.1 


86. C 


268 


50.2 


6.0 


1259 


1.4 


23.0 


666 


1.1 


30.0 


593 


2.2 


13.0 


999 


79.3 


56.0 


494 


74.2 


53. C 


505 


85.2 


58.0 



FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YRI 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



31 


29.1 


65.0 


10 


19.2 


83. C 


21 


38.5 


47.0 


16 


15.0 


52.0 


5 


9.6 


70.0 


11 


20.2 


44.0 


13 


81.3 


88.0 


5 


1C0.0 


40.5 


8 


72.7 


67.0 


2 


12.5 


8.5 





0.0 


51.0 


2 


18.2 


5.0 


1 


6.3 


11.0 





O.C 


48.0 


1 


9.1 


10.0 


5 


31.3 


23.5 


c 


0.0 


61.5 


5 


45.5 


32.0 


15 


14.3 


65.0 


5 


9.7 


74.0 


10 


18.7 


48.0 


11 


10.6 


16.0 


2 


3.9 


44.0 


9 


17.2 


21.0 


26 


24.8 


40.0 


7 


13.6 


77. 


19 


35.6 


34.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


611 


10.6 


36.0 


360 


9.8 


53.0 


251 


12.1 


35.0 




MALES 


342 


12.4 


44.0 


203 


11.3 


55. C 


139 


14.4 


38.0 




FEMALES 


269 


9.0 


33.0 


157 


8.3 


42.0 


112 


10.1 


29.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


33 


6.9 


26.0 


10 


4.0 


60.0 


23 


10.0 


40.0 




5-14 


2 


0.2 


84.0 


1 


0.2 


71.0 


1 


0.2 


60.0 




15-24 


16 


1.4 


58.0 


9 


1.3 


54. C 


7 


1.6 


55.0 




25-34 


18 


2.8 


23.0 


6 


1.3 


68.0 


12 


7.0 


18.0 




35-44 


44 


6.8 


8.0 


22 


4.8 


9.C 


22 


11.4 


24.0 




45-54 


91 


13.5 


4.0 


56 


11.9 


2.0 


35 


17.0 


27.0 




55-64 


97 


18.5 


35.0 


50 


13.8 


79.0 


47 


28.9 


33.0 




65 + 


310 


62.8 


31.0 


206 


62.1 


31.0 


104 


64.3 


40.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


358 


58.6 


62.0 


223 


61.9 


47.0 


135 


53.8 


58.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


96 


15.7 


11.0 


58 


16.1 


15.0 


38 


15.1 


20.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


157 


25.7 


61.0 


79 


21.9 


79.0 


78 


31.1 


58.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


814 


1.7 


14.0 


500 


1.4 


20.0 


314 


2.5 


12.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


537 


66.0 


87.0 


311 


62.2 


90.0 


226 


72.0 


82.0 



OTHER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



590 
167 



10.3 
2.9 



29.0 
46.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
YADKIN COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

4 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



25004 


0.5 


60.0 


12096 


48.4 


51.0 


12908 


51.6 


50.0 


177 


7.1 


39.0 



237C6 C.6 52. C 

11442 48.3 70.0 

12264 51.7 31.0 

165 7.0 24.0 



1298 0.1 85.0 

654 50.4 14.0 

644 49.6 87.0 

12 9.2 66.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



361 


14.4 


80.0 


339 


14.3 


54.0 


22 


16.9 


85.0 


188 


7.5 


78.0 


180 


7.6 


48.0 


8 


6.2 


94.0 


173 


6.9 


85.0 


159 


6.7 


63.0 


14 


10.8 


47.0 


361 


100.0 


9.5 


339 


1CC.C 


26.0 


22 


100.0 


16.0 





0.0 


85.5 





0.0 


69.0 





0.0 


77.5 





0.0 


77.0 





0.0 


63.0 





0.0 


69.0 


33 


9.1 


42.0 


29 


8.6 


15.0 


4 


18.2 


10.0 


11 


3.0 


99.0 


8 


2.4 


78.0 


3 


13.6 


92.0 


178 


0.2 


73.0 


164 


0.3 


64.0 


14 


0.1 


74.0 


140 


78.7 


59.0 


128 


78.0 


44.0 


12 


85.7 


54.0 



FETAL 6 
M R T I 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



8 


21.9 


90.0 


6 


17.5 


90.0 


2 


87.0 


3.0 


5 


13.7 


65.0 


4 


11.7 


57.0 


1 


43.5 


6.0 


4 


80.0 


89.5 


3 


75.0 


89. C 


1 


100.0 


25.5 


1 


20.0 


5.0 


1 


25.0 


4.0 





0.0 


46.5 





0.0 


55.5 





0.0 


48.0 





0.0 


43.5 





0.0 


82.0 





0.0 


61.5 





0.0 


67.5 


3 


8.3 


88.0 


2 


5.9 


88.0 


1 


45.5 


6.0 


2 


5.6 


58.0 


2 


5.9 


21.0 





0.0 


84.5 


5 


13.9 


91.0 


4 


11.8 


84.0 


1 


45.5 


20.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


184 


7.4 


94.0 


174 


7.3 


92.0 


10 


7.7 


88.0 




MALES 


98 


8.1 


95.0 


95 


8.3 


92.0 


3 


4.6 


97.0 




FEMALES 


86 


6.7 


80.0 


79 


6.4 


81.0 


7 


10.9 


22.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


5 


2.7 


95.0 


4 


2.3 


87.0 


1 


8.0 


52.0 




5-14 


2 


0.4 


51.0 


2 


0.5 


44. C 





0.0 


81.0 




15-24 


3 


0.8 


90.0 


3 


0.8 


80. C 





0.0 


87.5 




25-34 


1 


0.3 


97.0 


1 


0.3 


93.0 





0.0 


90.0 




35-44 


5 


1.6 


95.0 


5 


1.7 


89.0 





0.0 


92.0 




45-54 


11 


3.6 


99.0 


10 


3.4 


96.0 


1 


8.8 


80.0 




55-64 


32 


12.1 


97.0 


30 


11.8 


92.0 


2 


18.9 


75.0 




65+ 


125 


47.5 


93.0 


119 


46.9 


95.0 


6 


64.5 


36.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


116 


63.0 


33.0 


no 


63.2 


39.0 


6 


60.0 


33.5 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


21 


11.4 


59.5 


19 


10.9 


69.0 


2 


20.0 


8.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


47 


25.5 


63.0 


45 


25.9 


46.0 


2 


20.0 


89.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


126 


0.3 


77.0 


117 


0.3 


68.0 


9 


0.1 


82.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


106 


84.1 


38.0 


99 


84.6 


29.5 


7 


77.8 


73.0 



THER EVENTS 



17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



245 
59 



9.8 
2.4 



35.0 
69.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
YANCEY COUNTY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

« NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



r a l 

M R 



& I N F A N 
T A L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEOLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

OTHER EVENTS 

17. MARRIAGES 

18. DIVORCES AND ANNULMENTS 



12319 0.2 85.0 

6057 49.2 25.0 

6262 50.8 76.0 

102 8.3 21.0 



203 


16.5 


48.0 


98 


8.0 


64.0 


105 


8.5 


35.0 


202 


99.5 


58.0 





0.0 


85.5 


1 


0.5 


25.0 


24 


11.8 


8.0 


10 


4.9 


92.0 


23 


0.0 


84.0 


21 


91.3 


20.0 



101 


8.2 


87.0 


65 


10.7 


73.0 


36 


5.7 


96.0 


4 


4.3 


83.0 





0.0 


95.5 


5 


2.5 


14.0 


1 


0.7 


92.0 


3 


2.1 


92.0 


6 


4.1 


98.0 


16 


11.2 


98.0 


66 


43.3 


97.0 


55 


54.5 


80.0 


12 


11.9 


54.0 


34 


33.7 


16.0 


51 


0.1 


89.0 


44 


86.3 


28.0 



12130 C.3 76. C 

5940 49.0 30. C 

6190 51.0 71. C 

102 8.4 12.0 



200 


16.5 


23.0 


97 


8.C 


34. C 


1C 3 


8.5 


10. c 


199 


99.5 


87. C 





0.0 


69. C 


1 


0.5 


6.5 


23 


11.5 


1.0 


10 


5.0 


24.5 


22 


C.C 


81. C 


20 


9C.9 


15.0 



98 


8. 1 


84.0 


63 


10.6 


69. C 


35 


5.7 


91.0 


4 


4. 3 


49.0 





0.0 


88. C 


5 


2.5 


11.0 


1 


0.7 


87.0 


3 


2.2 


80. C 


6 


4.1 


94.0 


14 


9.9 


97.0 


65 


43. 1 


98.0 


53 


54.1 


86.5 


12 


12.2 


56. C 


33 


33.7 


8.0 


50 


0.1 


84.5 


43 


86.0 


25.0 



189 0.0 96.0 

117 61.9 1.0 

72 38.1 100.0 

0.0 95.0 



3 15.9 88.0 

1 5.3 96.0 

2 10.6 51.0 



100.0 

0.0 

0.0 

33.3 

0.0 

0.0 
100.0 



16.0 
77.5 
69.0 
2.0 
96.5 

90.5 

6.0 



8 


38.6 


23.0 


8 


39.2 


12. C 





0.0 


89.5 


4 


19.3 


31.0 


4 


19.6 


23. C 





0.0 


86.5 


4 


100.0 


31.5 


4 


1CO.0 


40.5 












0.0 


61.0 





CO 


51. C 












0.0 


55.5 


C 


CO 


48. C 









1 


25.0 


33.5 


1 


25.0 


8.C 









4 


19.7 


33.0 


4 


20.0 


22.5 





0.0 


86.0 





0.0 


94.5 





C.C 


84.0 





0.0 


84.5 


4 


19.7 


69.0 


4 


2C.0 


39.0 





0.0 


88.5 



3 15.9 6.0 
2 17.1 16.0 
1 13.9 4.0 






0.0 


92.0 





CO 


81.0 





CO 


87.5 





CO 


90.0 





CO 


92.0 





0.0 


96.0 


2 


125.0 


2.0 


1 


62.5 


50.0 


2 


66.7 


21.0 





CO 


92.0 


1 


33.3 


49.5 


1 


CO 


97.5 


1 


100.0 


8.5 



424 
40 



34.4 
3.2 



4.0 

29.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



CITY 
TABLES 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ALBEMARLE 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL IUNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



10. 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



10871 0.2 38.0 

5090 46.8 20.0 

5781 53.2 19.0 

32 2.9 31.0 



9332 0.2 32.0 

4381 46.9 21.0 

4951 53.1 18.0 

12 1.3 32.0 



1539 0.1 36.0 

709 46.1 15.0 

830 53.9 24.0 

20 13.0 15.0 



168 


15.5 


21.0 


123 


13.2 


25.0 


45 


29.2 


9.0 


92 


8.5 


19.0 


72 


7.7 


12.0 


20 


13.0 


14.0 


76 


7.0 


29.0 


51 


5.5 


33.0 


25 


16.2 


5.0 


166 


98.8 


34.0 


121 


98.4 


38.0 


45 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


2 


1.2 


5.0 


2 


1.6 


1.0 





0.0 


23.5 


16 


9.5 


23.0 


9 


7.3 


21.0 


7 


15.6 


9.5 


30 


17.9 


19.0 


9 


7.3 


2.0 


21 


46.7 


10.0 


672 


0.8 


29.0 


532 


0.9 


27.0 


140 


0.5 


28.0 


160 


23.8 


30.0 


116 


21.8 


26.0 


44 


31.4 


26.0 



5 


29.2 


27.0 


2 


16.1 


32.0 


3 


63.8 


3.0 


3 


17.5 


14.0 


1 


8.1 


25.0 


2 


42.6 


3.0 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





O.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


33.3 


12.5 





0.0 


24.5 


1 


50.0 


14.0 


2 


11.9 


29.0 


1 


8.1 


26.5 


1 


22.2 


15.5 


1 


6.0 


20.0 





0.0 


31.0 


1 


22.7 


6.0 


3 


17.9 


28.0 


1 


8.1 


29.5 


2 


44.4 


6.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


136 


12.5 


9.0 


111 


11.9 


9.0 


25 


16.2 


4.0 




MALES 


78 


15.3 


8.0 


59 


13.5 


12.0 


19 


26.8 


1.0 




FEMALES 


58 


10.0 


12.0 


52 


10.5 


7.0 


6 


7.2 


35.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


4 


5.4 


23.0 


2 


3.5 


25.0 


2 


12.0 


7.5 




5-14 


1 


0.5 


12.0 


1 


0.7 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


4 


2.3 


12.0 


2 


1.4 


17.0 


2 


6.5 


5.0 




25-34 


5 


5.0 


4.0 


4 


4.7 


1.0 


1 


7.4 


11.0 




35-44 


5 


4.1 


27.0 


4 


3.6 


15.0 


1 


8.9 


24.0 




45-54 


13 


7.7 


35.0 


9 


6.0 


32.0 


4 


21.5 


9.0 




55-64 


33 


23.4 


9.0 


24 


19.7 


9.0 


9 


45.9 


2.0 




65* 


71 


57.2 


24.0 


65 


56.7 


23.0 


6 


63.2 


18.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


87 


64.0 


12.0 


70 


63.1 


14.0 


17 


68.0 


10. 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


23 


16.9 


9.0 


19 


17.1 


14.0 


4 


16.0 


9.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


26 


19.1 


31.0 


22 


19.8 


27.0 


4 


16.0 


33.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


262 


0.6 


29.0 


221 


0.6 


28.0 


41 


0.3 


29.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


91 


34.7 


29.0 


74 


33.5 


27.0 


17 


41.5 


32.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ASHEBORO 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

L I V'E BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNOER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



11098 0.2 37.0 

5215 47.0 18.0 

5883 53.0 21.0 

63 5.7 18.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9885 0.2 31.0 

4664 47.2 15.0 

5221 52.8 24.0 

59 6.0 7.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1213 0.1 38.0 

551 45.4 21.0 

662 54.6 18.0 

4 3.3 33.0 



223 


20.1 


6.0 


199 


20.1 


4.0 


24 


19.8 


29.0 


111 


10.0 


7.0 


100 


10.1 


5.0 


11 


9.1 


33.0 


112 


10.1 


5.0 


99 


10.0 


3.0 


13 


10.7 


24.0 


222 


99.6 


25.0 


198 


99.5 


34.0 


24 


100.0 


10.0 


1 


0.4 


8.0 


1 


0.5 


2.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


17 


7.6 


36.0 


14 


7.0 


22.0 


3 


12.5 


28.0 


11 


4.9 


38.0 


7 


3.5 


27.0 


4 


16.7 


38.0 


771 


0.9 


23.0 


683 


1.1 


20.0 


88 


0.3 


31.0 


202 


26.2 


24.0 


182 


26.6 


19.0 


20 


22.7 


34.0 



1 


4.5 


38.0 


1 


5.0 


38.0 





0.0 


38.0 


1 


4.5 


37.0 


1 


5.0 


34.0 





0.0 


35.5 


1 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 












0.0 


22.5 





O.C 


20.0 












0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 












0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 












0.0 


38.0 





0.0 


37.0 





0.0 


36.0 


1 


4.5 


29.0 





0.0 


31.0 


1 


41.7 


1.0 


1 


4.5 


38.0 





0.0 


37.0 


1 


41.7 


8.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


160 


14.4 


2.0 


140 


14.2 


l.C 


20 


16.5 


3.0 




MALES 


92 


17.6 


3.0 


79 


16.9 


3.0 


13 


23.6 


3.0 




FEMALES 


68 


11.6 


3.0 


61 


11.7 


3.0 


7 


10.6 


14.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


1 


1.3 


38.0 





0.0 


37.0 


1 


8.1 


19.0 




5-14 


3 


1.7 


1.0 


3 


2.0 


2.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


7 


3.7 


3.0 


6 


3.6 


4.0 


1 


4.4 


8.0 




25-34 


1 


0.8 


37.0 


1 


0.9 


31.0 





0.0 


37.5 




35-44 


8 


6.9 


7.0 


5 


4.7 


10. C 


3 


27.0 


2.0 




45-54 


16 


10.6 


17.0 


15 


11.1 


7.0 


1 


6.6 


37.0 




55-64 


54 


34.2 


1.0 


45 


31.0 


1.0 


9 


69.2 


1.0 




65+ 


70 


61.5 


15.0 


65 


63.4 


9.0 


5 


43.9 


37.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


84 


52.5 


36.0 


72 


51.4 


35.0 


12 


60.0 


18.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


18 


11.2 


31.0 


17 


12.1 


30.0 


1 


5.0 


34.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


58 


36.2 


1.0 


51 


36.4 


2.0 


7 


35.0 


9.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


344 


0.7 


26.0 


306- 


0.9 


19.0 


38 


0.3 


32.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


122 


35.5 


27.0 


105 


34.3 


23.0 


17 


44.7 


30.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 

4- 2 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

ASHEVILLE 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS ) 



RATE RANK 



57117 1.1 7.0 

25605 44.8 38.0 

31512 55.2 1.0 

-68 -1.2 38.0 



WHITE 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



46654 1.2 7.0 

20949 44.9 38.0 

25705 55.1 1.0 

-95 -2.0 37.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



10463 0.9 11.0 

4656 44.5 32.0 

5807 55.5 7.0 

27 2.6 35.0 



761 


13.3 


33.0 


560 


12.0 


28.0 


201 


19.2 


32.0 


385 


6.7 


33.0 


287 


6.2 


30.0 


98 


9.4 


29.0 


376 


6.6 


33.0 


273 


5.9 


26.0 


103 


9.8 


31.0 


760 


99.9 


16.0 


559 


99.8 


29.0 


201 


100.0 


10.0 


1 


0.1 


17.0 


1 


0.2 


6.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


80 


10.5 


11.0 


48 


8.6 


11.0 


32 


15.9 


7.0 


136 


17.9 


18.0 


47 


8.4 


1.0 


89 


44.3 


14.0 


2521 


2.8 


7.0 


2259 


3.6 


6.0 


262 


1.0 


23.0 


733 


29.1 


19.0 


539 


23.9 


21.0 


194 


74.0 


11.0 



25 


32.6 


17.0 


16 


28.4 


16.0 


9 


44.1 


15.0 


6 


7.8 


34.0 


3 


5.3 


33.0 


3 


14.7 


23.0 


6 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


1C0.0 


17.5 


3 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





CO 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


4 


66.7 


1.5 


1 


33.3 


2.5 


3 


100.0 


3.5 


19 


25.0 


8.0 


13 


23.2 


9.0 


6 


29.9 


6.0 


5 


6.7 


16.0 


4 


7.3 


8.0 


1 


5.1 


26.0 


24 


31.5 


9.0 


17 


30.4 


8.0 


7 


34.8 


16.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


829 


14.5 


1.0 


655 


14.0 


2.0 


174 


16.6 


2.0 




MALES 


446 


17.4 


4.0 


353 


16.9 


5.C 


93 


20.0 


5.0 




FEMALES 


383 


12.2 


1.0 


302 


11.7 


2.0 


81 


13.9 


2.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


27 


7.4 


13.0 


20 


7. 3 


10.0 


7 


8.0 


20.0 




5-14 


3 


0.3 


26.0 


1 


0.1 


24.0 


2 


1.0 


7.0 




15-24 


15 


1.7 


16.0 


13 


1.9 


13.0 


2 


1.0 


33.0 




25-34 


12 


2.0 


30.0 


8 


1.6 


23.0 


4 


4.4 


27.0 




35-44 


35 


5.8 


12.0 


22 


4.3 


12. C 


13 


13.4 


11.0 




45-54 


76 


10.4 


18.0 


54 


8.8 


15.0 


22 


19.2 


15.0 




55-64 


136 


20.1 


18.0 


98 


17.1 


21.0 


38 


36.1 


12.0 




65* 


525 


59.9 


19.0 


439 


60.3 


16.0 


86 


57.7 


23.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


438 


52.8 


34.0 


340 


51.9 


34.0 


98 


56.3 


21.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


190 


22.9 


3.0 


153 


23.4 


4.0 


37 


21.3 


2.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


201 


24.2 


21.0 


162 


24.7 


15.0 


39 


22.4 


26.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1346 


2.8 


6.0 


1177 


3.4 


5.0 


169 


1.3 


13.0 




TO RESIOENTS 


6 39 


47.5 


14.0 


495 


42.1 


15.0 


144 


85.2 


4.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
BURLINGTON 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



B 



R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL S 

M R T t 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



36547 0.7 11.0 

17205 47.1 13.0 

19342 52.9 26.0 

186 5.1 23.0 



32020 0.8 10. C 

15060 47.0 18.0 

16960 53. C 21.0 

106 3.3 19.0 



4527 0.4 23.0 

2145 47.4 5.0 

2382 52.6 34.0 

80 17.7 7.0 



547 


15.0 


26.0 


404 


12.6 


26.0 


143 


31.6 


5.0 


296 


8.1 


21.0 


221 


6.9 


23.0 


75 


16.6 


4.0 


251 


6.9 


31.0 


183 


5.7 


30.0 


68 


15.0 


6.0 


546 


99.8 


17.0 


404 


1C0.C 


12. C 


142 


99. 3 


24.0 


1 


0.2 


16.0 


C 


0.0 


24. C 


1 


0.7 


12.0 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


62 


11.3 


7.0 


39 


9.7 


7.0 


23 


16.1 


6.0 


65 


11.9 


33.0 


14 


3.5 


29. C 


51 


35.7 


26.0 


1424 


1.6 


13.0 


1150 


1.9 


12.0 


274 


1.0 


22.0 


470 


33.0 


16.0 


365 


31.7 


15.0 


105 


38.3 


24.0 



17 


30.4 


23.0 


15 


36.1 


11.0 


2 


13.8 


36.0 


13 


23.2 


6.0 


11 


26.5 


5. C 


2 


13.8 


25.0 


13 


100.0 


15.0 


11 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





c.c 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





CO 


19. 5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


15.4 


26.0 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


100.0 


3.5 


4 


7.3 


37.0 


4 


9.9 


23.5 





0.0 


36.0 


5 


9.2 


10.0 


2 


5.C 


11.0 


3 


21.0 


9.0 


9 


16.5 


30.0 


6 


14.9 


20.0 


3 


21.0 


31.0 



TOTAL 


361 


9.9 


30.0 


298 


9.3 


28.0 


63 


13.9 


13.0 


MALES 


211 


12.3 


27.0 


170 


11.3 


28.0 


41 


19.1 


8.0 


FEMALES 


150 


7.8 


29.0 


128 


7.5 


30.0 


22 


9.2 


23.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


14 


5.2 


25.0 


9 


4. 1 


21. C 


5 


11.2 


13.0 


5-14 


6 


0.9 


7.0 


5 


0.9 


7.0 


1 


0.9 


8.0 


15-24 


6 


0.9 


33.0 


4 


0.7 


30.0 


2 


2.3 


18.0 


25-34 


8 


1.9 


31.0 


4 


1.1 


29.0 


4 


7.6 


9.0 


35-44 


18 


4.1 


28.0 


12 


3.1 


21. C 


6 


13.3 


12.0 


45-54 


36 


7.1 


36.0 


29 


6.3 


30.0 


7 


14.1 


30.0 


55-64 


73 


19.3 


24.0 


64 


18.6 


17.0 


9 


25.5 


26.0 


65* 


200 


63.4 


10.0 


171 


60.3 


15.0 


29 


90.3 


3.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


190 


52.6 


35.0 


166 


55.7 


31.0 


24 


38.1 


38.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


56 


15.5 


16.0 


48 


16.1 


20.0 


8 


12.7 


15.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


115 


31.9 


3.0 


84 


28.2 


5.0 


31 


49.2 


1.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


520 


1.1 


15.0 


436 


1.3 


13.0 


84 


0.7 


23.5 


TO RESIDENTS 


261 


50.2 


11.0 


217 


49.8 


9.0 


44 


52.4 


21.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CHAPEL HILL 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

« NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL £ 
H R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 
1*. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



28454 


0.5 


15.0 


15209 


53.5 


1.0 


13245 


46.5 


38.0 


173 


6.1 


15.0 



25307 0.6 12.0 

13779 54.4 1.0 

11528 45.6 38.0 

140 5.5 10.0 



108 


3.8 


38.0 


72 


4.7 


38.0 


36 


2.7 


38.0 


6 


3.3 


33.0 





0.0 


34.0 


3 


0.2 


37.0 


5 


1.2 


35.0 


7 


3.4 


34.0 


16 


9.3 


23.5 


11 


9.8 


37.0 


60 


47.8 


37.0 


49 


45.4 


38.0 


27 


25.0 


1.0 


32 


29.6 


6.0 


641 


1.4 


12.0 


74 


11.5 


38.0 



79 


3.1 


38.0 


47 


3.4 


38. C 


32 


2.8 


38.0 


3 


1.9 


32.0 





0.0 


31.5 


1 


0.1 


35.0 


3 


0.8 


34.0 


3 


1.7 


34.0 


9 


6.4 


29.0 


10 


11.0 


35.0 


50 


48.4 


35.0 


36 


45.6 


38.0 


24 


30.4 


1.0 


19 


24. 1 


18.0 


193 


1.1 


14.0 


50 


12.7 


38.0 



3147 0.3 29.0 

1430 45.4 20.0 

1717 54.6 19.0 

33 10.5 21.0 



281 


9.9 


37.0 


219 


8.7 


38.0 


62 


19.7 


30.0 


151 


5.3 


37.0 


123 


4.9 


36.0 


28 


8.9 


35.0 


130 


4.6 


37.0 


96 


3.8 


38.0 


34 


10.8 


23.0 


281 


100.0 


6.5 


219 


1C0.C 


12.0 


62 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


14 


5.0 


38.0 


10 


4.6 


35.0 


4 


6.5 


38.0 


21 


7.5 


37.0 


2 


0.9 


38.0 


19 


30.6 


36.0 


947 


1.1 


21.0 


436 


0.7 


31.0 


511 


1.9 


10.0 


184 


19.4 


34.0 


125 


28.7 


17.0 


59 


11.5 


37.0 



6 


21.1 


35.0 


4 


18.0 


29.0 


2 


32.3 


25.0 


3 


10.6 


30.0 


3 


13.5 


12.0 





0.0 


35.5 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


1C0.0 


17.5 












0.0 


22.5 





O.C 


20.0 












0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 












0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 









3 


10.7 


30.0 


1 


4.6 


34.0 


2 


32.3 


4.0 


2 


7.2 


15.0 


1 


4.6 


12.0 


1 


16.7 


11.0 


5 


17.8 


29.0 


2 


9. 1 


28.0 


3 


48.4 


4.0 



29 


9.2 


37.0 


25 


17.5 


13.0 


4 


2.3 


38.0 


3 


11.5 


12.0 





0.0 


29.0 


2 


2.9 


11.0 


2 


4.1 


30.0 


4 


14.2 


9.0 


7 


23.0 


7.0 


1 


4.7 


38.0 


10 


44.8 


36.0 



13 44.8 37.0 

3 10.3 21.5 

13 44.8 2.0 



248 
24 



2.0 
9.7 



9.0 
37.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CHARLOTTE 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIV'E BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



250094 


4.8 


1.0 


172283 


4.3 


1.0 


116544 


46.6 


23.0 


80439 


46.7 


25.0 


133550 


53.4 


16.0 


91844 


53.3 


14.0 


2157 


8.6 


5.0 


1038 


6.C 


6.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



77811 6.6 1.0 

36105 46.4 14.0 

41706 53.6 25.0 

1119 14.4 12.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


4187 


16.7 


17.0 


2317 


13.4 


22.0 


1870 


24.0 


18.0 




MALES 


2153 


8.6 


15.0 


1218 


7.1 


21.0 


935 


12.0 


18.0 




FEMALES 


2034 


8.1 


16.0 


1099 


6.4 


22.0 


935 


12.0 


18.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


4164 


99.5 


28.0 


2313 


99.8 


28.0 


1851 


99.0 


28.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


20 


0.5 


7.0 


3 


0.1 


7.0 


17 


0.9 


8.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


3 


0.1 


10.0 


1 


0.0 


7.0 


2 


0.1 


8.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


413 


9.9 


19.0 


138 


6.0 


31.0 


275 


14.7 


14.5 


ft. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


902 


21.5 


13.0 


97 


4.2 


23.0 


805 


43.0 


17.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


6984 


7.8 


1.0 


4785 


7.7 


1.0 


2199 


8.0 


1.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


4122 


59.0 


5.0 


2269 


47.4 


4.0 


1853 


84.3 


9.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLCCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 



10 
11 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



17 


27.6 


30.0 


49 


20.9 


26. C 


68 


35.8 


20.0 


52 


12.3 


26.0 


23 


9.8 


22.0 


29 


15.3 


22.0 


50 


96.2 


30.0 


23 


100.0 


17.5 


27 


93.1 


28.0 


2 


3.8 


7.0 





CO 


20.0 


2 


6.9 


5.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


17 


32.7 


16.0 


2 


8.7 


11.0 


15 


51.7 


10.0 


65 


15.5 


19.0 


26 


11.2 


20.0 


39 


20.9 


18.0 


23 


5.6 


21.0 


5 


2.2 


22.0 


18 


9.8 


21.0 


88 


21.0 


21.0 


31 


13.4 


23.0 


57 


30.5 


21.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


2030 


8.1 


33.0 


1279 


7.4 


33.0 


751 


9.7 


33.0 




MALES 


1072 


9.2 


33.0 


663 


8.2 


33.0 


409 


11.3 


35.0 




FEMALES 


958 


7.2 


33.0 


616 


6.7 


33.0 


342 


8.2 


31.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


102 


4.8 


28.0 


38 


2.9 


28.0 


64 


7.9 


22.0 




5-14 


18 


0.4 


21.0 


8 


0.3 


21.0 


10 


0.5 


15.0 




15-24 


62 


1.3 


23.0 


27 


0.9 


26.0 


35 


2.1 


19.0 




25-34 


91 


2.5 


24.0 


37 


1.4 


25.0 


54 


5.5 


21.0 




35-44 


143 


5.0 


21.0 


57 


2.7 


27.0 


86 


10.8 


18.0 




45-54 


280 


10.2 


19.0 


148 


7.1 


25.0 


132 


19.2 


14.0 




55-64 


354 


18.0 


29.0 


223 


15.2 


31.0 


131 


26.6 


23.0 




65* 


980 


51.9 


34.0 


741 


50.9 


33.0 


239 


55.6 


28.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


1162 


57.2 


25.0 


756 


59.1 


20.0 


406 


54.1 


28.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


287 


14.1 


23.0 


232 


18.1 


11. 


55 


7.3 


32.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


581 


28.6 


7.0 


291 


22.8 


21.0 


290 


38.6 


5.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2984 


6.3 


1.0 


2140 


6.2 


1.0 


844 


6.7 


1.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1810 


60.7 


5.0 


1101 


51.4 


7.0 


709 


84.0 


5.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
CONCORD 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL 

M R 



£ I N F A 
T A L I T Y 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HCSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



8613 


0.4 


21.0 


8431 


45.3 


36.0 


0182 


54.7 


3.0 


42 


2.3 


33.0 



14133 0.4 21.0 

6463 45.7 37.0 

7670 54.3 2.0 

2 0.1 35.0 



4480 0.4 24.0 

1968 43.9 38.0 

2512 56.1 1.0 

40 8.9 24.0 



260 


14.0 


32.0 


162 


11.5 


33.0 


98 


21.9 


24.0 


120 


6.4 


36.0 


71 


5.0 


35.0 


49 


10.9 


25.0 


140 


7.5 


21.0 


91 


6.4 


20.0 


49 


10.9 


22.0 


258 


99.2 


32.0 


160 


98.8 


37.0 


98 


100.0 


10.0 


2 


0.8 


2.0 


2 


1.2 


l.C 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


32 


12.3 


3.0 


17 


10.5 


4.0 


15 


15.3 


11.0 


59 


22.7 


10.0 


8 


4.9 


19.0 


51 


52.0 


5.0 


497 


1.7 


12.0 


1216 


2.0 


11.0 


281 


1.0 


21.0 


248 


16.6 


37.0 


154 


12.7 


36.0 


94 


33.5 


25.0 



14 


52.8 


3.0 


8 


48.8 


4.0 


6 


59.4 


5.0 


5 


18.9 


12.0 


2 


12.2 


17,0 


3 


29.7 


9.0 


4 


80.0 


37.0 


2 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


66.7 


32.0 


1 


20.0 


1.0 





0.0 


20.0 


1 


33.3 


1.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


40.0 


7.5 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


66.7 


8.0 


9 


34.6 


2.0 


6 


37.0 


2.0 


3 


30.6 


5.0 


1 


4.0 


32.0 


I 


6.4 


9.0 





0.0 


33.5 


10 


38.5 


4.0 


7 


43.2 


4.0 


3 


30.6 


20.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


218 


11.7 


15.0 


160 


11.3 


12.0 


58 


12.9 


18.0 




MALES 


127 


15.1 


9.0 


94 


14.5 


9.0 


33 


16.8 


17.0 




FEMALES 


91 


8.9 


21.0 


66 


8.6 


21.0 


25 


10.0 


16.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


12 


9.8 


4.0 


9 


11.0 


2.0 


3 


7.3 


25.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


5 


1.4 


21.0 


3 


1.3 


20.0 


2 


1.5 


26.0 




25-34 


6 


3.5 


11.0 


3 


2.3 


15. C 


3 


7.5 


10.0 




35-44 


6 


3.1 


35.0 


3 


1.9 


33.0 


3 


8.7 


26.0 




45-54 


30 


12.0 


9.0 


19 


8.9 


11.0 


11 


29.0 


2.0 




55-64 


44 


19.5 


22.0 


32 


17.0 


23.0 


12 


31.7 


18.0 




65* 


115 


55.8 


27.0 


91 


52.8 


30. C 


24 


70.6 


12.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


161 


73.9 


5.0 


119 


74.4 


4.0 


42 


72.4 


7.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


30 


13.8 


26.0 


24 


15.0 


24.0 


6 


10.3 


21.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


27 


12.4 


38.0 


17 


10.6 


38. 


10 


17.2 


32.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


608 


1.3 


13.0 


496 


1.4 


12.0 


112 


0.9 


21.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


174 


28.6 


35.0 


122 


24.6 


35.0 


52 


46.4 


27.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
DURHAM 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



99293 


1.9 


5.0 


46079 


46.4 


26.0 


53214 


53.6 


13.0 


527 


5.3 


22.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



59862 1.5 5.0 

28481 47.6 12.0 

31381 52.4 27.0 

160 2.7 24.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



39431 3.3 4.0 

17598 44.6 29.0 

21833 55.4 10.0 

367 9.3 23.0 



1480 


14.9 


28.0 


707 


11.8 


30.0 


773 


19.6 


31.0 


730 


7.4 


31.0 


358 


6.0 


31.0 


372 


9.4 


28.0 


750 


7.6 


20.0 


349 


5.8 


27.0 


401 


10.2 


28.0 


1479 


99.9 


13.0 


706 


99.9 


27.0 


773 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


1 


0.1 


11.0 


1 


0.1 


5.0 





0.0 


23.5 


157 


10.6 


10.0 


48 


6.8 


24.0 


109 


14.1 


20.0 


337 


22.8 


9.0 


26 


3.7 


26.0 


311 


40.2 


19.0 


3136 


3.5 


6.0 


1746 


2.8 


8.0 


1390 


5.1 


2.0 


1435 


45.8 


10.0 


677 


38.8 


8.0 


758 


54.5 


14.0 



44 


29.3 


26.0 


12 


16.9 


31.0 


32 


40.4 


18.0 


24 


16.0 


17.0 


5 


7.0 


27.0 


19 


24.0 


13.0 


23 


95.8 


31.0 


5 


1C0.0 


17.5 


18 


94.7 


27.0 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 


1 


4.2 


2.0 





0.0 


19.5 


1 


5.3 


1.0 


8 


33.3 


12.5 





0.0 


24.5 


8 


42.1 


21.0 


20 


13.5 


24.0 


7 


9.9 


23.5 


13 


16.8 


23.0 


7 


4.8 


25.0 


3 


4.3 


15.0 


4 


5.3 


25.0 


27 


18.2 


27.0 


10 


14.1 


22.0 


17 


22.0 


28.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


953 


9.6 


31.0 


547 


9.1 


30.0 


406 


10.3 


31.0 




MALES 


504 


10.9 


31.0 


279 


9.8 


32.0 


225 


12.8 


32.0 




FEMALES 


449 


8.4 


27.0 


268 


8.5 


23.0 


181 


8.3 


30.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


31 


4.2 


29.0 


13 


3.5 


26.0 


18 


5.0 


31.0 




5-14 


5 


0.3 


25.0 


4 


0.5 


15.0 


1 


0.1 


19.0 




15-24 


26 


1.1 


29.0 


12 


0.8 


28.0 


14 


1.4 


28.0 




25-34 


28 


2.3 


26.0 


10 


1.3 


28.0 


18 


4.2 


29.0 




35-44 


43 


4.7 


22.0 


17 


3.0 


23.0 


26 


7.4 


29.0 




45-54 


101 


9.3 


23.5 


37 


5.2 


36.0 


64 


17.3 


22.0 




55-64 


183 


18.5 


28.0 


96 


15.0 


32.0 


87 


24.9 


27.0 




65+ 


536 


56.3 


25.0 


358 


56.1 


24.0 


178 


56.8 


25.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


490 


51.4 


37.0 


275 


50.3 


37.0 


215 


53.0 


30.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


221 


23.2 


2.0 


136 


24.9 


3.0 


85 


20.9 


3.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


242 


25.4 


17.0 


136 


24.9 


14.0 


106 


26.1 


23.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


2152 


4.5 


3.0 


1394. 


4.0 


3.0 


758 


6.0 


2.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


863 


40.1 


22.0 


487 


34.9 


21.0 


376 


49.6 


23.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL 
M R 



T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR» 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



16208 0.3 25.0 

7620 47.0 17.0 

8588 53.0 22.0 

47 2.9 32.0 



241 


14.9 


29.0 


123 


7.6 


28.0 


118 


7.3 


26.0 


241 


100.0 


6.5 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


25.5 


22 


9.1 


26.0 


24 


10.0 


34.0 


708 


0.8 


28.0 


205 


29.0 


20.0 



14177 0.4 20. C 

6665 47.0 19.0 

7512 53. C 20.0 

28 2.C 28.0 



196 


13.8 


19. C 


98 


6.9 


22.0 


98 


6.9 


14.0 


196 


1C0.0 


12. C 





0.0 


24.0 





O.C 


23.0 


15 


7.7 


18.0 


10 


5. 1 


16.0 


501 


0.8 


29.0 


161 


32.1 


13.0 



2031 0.2 33.0 

955 47.0 9.0 

1076 53.0 30.0 

19 9.4 22.0 



45 


22.2 


23.0 


25 


12.3 


17.0 


20 


9.8 


30.0 


45 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


23.5 


7 


15.6 


9.5 


14 


31.1 


35.0 


207 


0.8 


26.0 


44 


21.3 


35.0 



10 


40.3 


9.0 


5 


25.1 


21.0 


5 


102.0 


1.0 


7 


28.2 


3.0 


3 


15.1 


10.0 


4 


81.6 


1.0 


7 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


1C0.0 


17.5 


4 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





C.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





C.C 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


28.6 


18.5 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


50.0 


14.0 


3 


12.4 


28.0 


2 


10.2 


22.0 


1 


22.2 


15.5 





0.0 


36.5 





O.C 


31. C 





0.0 


33.5 


3 


12.4 


35.0 


2 


10.2 


26.0 


1 


22.2 


27.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


194 


12.0 


13.0 


168 


11.9 


10. C 


26 


12.8 


19.0 




MALES 


119 


15.6 


6.0 


101 


15.2 


7.0 


18 


18.8 


9.0 




FEMALES 


75 


8.7 


22.0 


67 


8.9 


17.0 


8 


7.4 


33.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


5 


4.2 


30.0 


3 


3. 1 


27. C 


2 


8.5 


17.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


6 


2.4 


11.0 


5 


2.4 


7.0 


1 


2.5 


17.0 




25-34 


7 


3.7 


9.0 


4 


2.4 


13.0 


3 


12.3 


3.0 




35-44 


11 


5.7 


13.0 


9 


5.1 


7.0 


2 


11.2 


17.0 




45-54 


25 


11.7 


12.0 


22 


11.2 


6.C 


3 


16.4 


26.0 




55-64 


32 


17.3 


33.0 


30 


18.1 


20.0 


2 


10.4 


37.0 




65 + 


108 


60.7 


17.0 


95 


58.2 


20.0 


13 


89.0 


5.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


130 


67.0 


8.0 


110 


65.5 


10.0 


20 


76.9 


5.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


19 


9.8 


34.0 


17 


10.1 


35.0 


2 


7.7 


31.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


45 


23.2 


25.0 


41 


24.4 


16.0 


4 


15.4 


34.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


230 


0.5 


31.0 


191 


0.6 


32.0 


39 


0.3 


30.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


134 


58.3 


7.0 


115 


60.2 


5.0 


19 


48.7 


25.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ELIZABETH CITY 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 
10- NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



14069 


0.3 


32.0 


6620 


47.1 


15.0 


7449 


52.9 


24.0 


29 


2.1 


34.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8596 0.2 36.0 

4027 46.8 23.0 

4569 53.2 16.0 

13 1.5 30.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



5473 0.5 20.0 

2593 47.4 6.0 

2880 52.6 33.0 

16 2.9 34.0 



209 


14.9 


30.0 


125 


14.5 


12.0 


84 


15.3 


36.0 


106 


7.5 


29.0 


61 


7.1 


20.0 


45 


8.2 


37.0 


103 


7.3 


24.0 


64 


7.4 


9.0 


39 


7.1 


36.0 


205 


98.1 


35.0 


125 


1C0.0 


12.0 


80 


95.2 


35.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


4 


1.9 


4.0 





0.0 


23.0 


4 


4.8 


4.0 


31 


14.8 


1.0 


15 


12.0 


1.0 


16 


19.0 


1.0 


32 


15.3 


25.0 


7 


5.6 


12.0 


25 


29.8 


37.0 


7 


0.0 


37.0 





0.0 


37.5 


7 


0.0 


36.0 


6 


85.7 


3.0 









6 


85.7 


8.0 



2 


9.6 


37.0 


1 


8.0 


37.0 


1 


11.9 


37.0 





0.0 


38.0 





0.0 


38.0 





0.0 


35.5 






















































































2 


9.6 


34.0 


1 


8.0 


29.0 


1 


11.9 


31.0 





0.0 


36.5 





0.0 


31.0 





0.0 


33.5 


2 


9.6 


37.0 


1 


8.0 


31.0 


1 


11.9 


34.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


180 


12.8 


7.0 


112 


13.0 


5.0 


68 


12.4 


23.0 




MALES 


108 


16.3 


5.0 


68 


16.9 


4.0 


40 


15.4 


22.0 




FEMALES 


72 


9.7 


15.0 


44 


9.6 


11.0 


28 


9.7 


19.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


2 


2.1 


37.0 


1 


2.1 


31.0 


1 


2.2 


35.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


2 


0.8 


34.0 


1 


0.6 


32.0 


1 


1.0 


34.0 




25-34 


6 


4.7 


5.0 


3 


3.7 


4.0 


3 


6.6 


14.0 




35-44 


6 


4.3 


25.0 





0.0 


38.0 


6 


11.5 


14.0 




45-54 


15 


8.7 


30.0 


5 


4.4 


37.0 


10 


16.6 


23.0 




55-64 


28 


17.5 


32.0 


20 


19.3 


12.0 


8 


14.2 


35.0 




65+ 


121 


65.4 


8.0 


82 


62.6 


11.0 


39 


72.1 


11.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


137 


76.1 


3.0 


86 


76.8 


2.0 


51 


75.0 


6.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


14 


7.8 


36.0 


6 


5.4 


38.0 


8 


11.8 


17.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


29 


16.1 


33.5 


20 


17.9 


31.0 


9 


13.2 


36.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


21 


0.0 


38.0 


12 


0.0 


38.0 


9 


0.1 


38.0 




TO RESIOENTS 


19 


90.5 


1.0 


10 


83.3 


1.0 


9 


100.0 


1.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



10 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
FAYETTEVILLE 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



54952 


1.1 


8.0 


25956 


47.2 


9.0 


28996 


52.8 


30.0 


838 


15.2 


2.0 



33044 0.8 9.0 

15931 48.2 5.0 

17113 51.8 34.0 

524 15.9 2.C 



21908 1.8 6.0 

10025 45.8 17.0 

11883 54.2 22.0 

314 14.3 13.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 


1429 


26.0 


2.0 


867 


26.2 


2.0 


562 


25.7 


13.0 


MALES 


756 


13.8 


2.0 


474 


14.3 


2.0 


282 


12.9 


15.0 


FEMALES 


673 


12.2 


2.0 


393 


11.9 


2.0 


280 


12.8 


16.0 


4. ATTENOANT 




















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1426 


99.8 


18.0 


866 


99.9 


26. C 


560 


99.6 


21.0 


PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.1 


19.0 





0.0 


24. C 


1 


0.2 


15.0 


MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


2 


0.1 


8.0 


1 


0.1 


6.0 


1 


0.2 


6.0 


5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 


124 


8.7 


29.0 


56 


6.5 


28. C 


68 


12.1 


30.0 


6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 


244 


17.1 


22.0 


44 


5.1 


18. C 


200 


35.6 


27.0 


7. OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


3572 


4.0 


4.0 


2489 


4.0 


5.C 


1083 


4.0 


5.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


1019 


28.5 


21.0 


581 


23.3 


23.0 


438 


40.4 


22.0 



FETAL G INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOMF OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



47 


32.5 


18.0 


21 


24.1 


22. C 


26 


45.4 


13.0 


17 


11.8 


28.0 


6 


6.9 


30. C 


11 


19.2 


16.0 


15 


88.2 


34.0 


5 


83.3 


36. C 


10 


90.9 


30.0 


1 


5.9 


4.5 





C.C 


20. C 


1 


9. 1 


3.0 


1 


5.9 


1.0 


1 


16.7 


1.0 





0.0 


17.0 


6 


35.3 


9.0 


I 


16. 7 


6.C 


5 


45.5 


18.0 


30 


21.0 


12.0 


15 


17.3 


13.0 


15 


26.7 


11.0 


11 


7.9 


13.0 


3 


3.5 


19. C 


8 


14.6 


13.0 


41 


28.7 


10.0 


18 


2C.8 


15.0 


23 


40.9 


9.0 



591 


10.8 


23.0 


339 


13.1 


21.0 


252 


8.7 


23.0 


45 


10.6 


3.0 


9 


0.8 


9.0 


24 


2.0 


13.0 


28 


4.6 


6.0 


58 


8.9 


2.0 


79 


12.0 


10.0 


117 


27.6 


5.0 


231 


61.9 


14.0 


334 


56.5 


26.0 


115 


19.5 


5.0 


142 


24.0 


22.0 


1254 


2.6 


7.0 


451 


36.0 


26.0 



343 


1C.4 


23.0 


196 


12.3 


22. C 


147 


e.6 


22.0 


21 


9.5 


5.C 


4 


0.7 


11.0 


15 


2.1 


11.0 


13 


3.4 


5.0 


3G 


7.3 


l.C 


39 


8.7 


16.0 


58 


2C.9 


6.C 


163 


67. 1 


7.0 


198 


57.7 


26.0 


69 


2C. 1 


5.C 


76 


22.2 


23. C 


793 


2.3 


7.C 


243 


30. 6 


32. C 



248 


11.3 


29.0 


143 


14.3 


27.0 


105 


8.8 


25.0 


24 


11.9 


9.0 


5 


0.9 


9.0 


9 


1.9 


22.0 


15 


6.8 


13.0 


28 


11.4 


15.0 


40 


18.7 


16.0 


59 


40.4 


6.C 


68 


52.1 


35.0 


136 


54.8 


24.0 


46 


18.5 


7.0 


66 


26.6 


22.0 


461 


3.7 


6.0 


208 


45.1 


29.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
G A S T N I A 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



49364 0.9 9.0 

23289 47.2 10.0 

26075 52.8 29.0 

369 7.5 10.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



40906 1.0 8.0 

19464 47.6 11.0 

21442 52.4 28.0 

242 5.9 8.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8458 0.7 14.0 

3825 45.2 23.0 

4633 54.8 16.0 

127 15.0 10.0 



896 


18.2 


11.0 


650 


15.9 


10.0 


246 


29.1 


10.0 


476 


9.6 


9.0 


350 


8.6 


8.0 


126 


14.9 


8.0 


420 


8.5 


13.0 


300 


7.3 


10.0 


120 


14.2 


11.0 


893 


99.7 


21.0 


650 


1C0.0 


12.0 


243 


98.8 


30.0 


3 


0.3 


13.0 





0.0 


24.0 


3 


1.2 


5.0 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


94 


10.5 


12.0 


54 


8.3 


12.0 


40 


16.3 


4.5 


148 


16.5 


23.0 


42 


6.5 


7.0 


106 


43.1 


16.0 


2457 


2.8 


8.0 


1978 


3.2 


7.0 


479 


1.7 


12.0 


790 


32.2 


17.0 


554 


28.0 


18.0 


236 


49.3 


17.0 



30 


33.1 


16.0 


17 


25.9 


18.0 


13 


52.4 


7.0 


9 


9.9 


31.0 


7 


10.7 


20.0 


2 


8.1 


32.0 


9 


100.0 


15.0 


7 


1C0.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


11.1 


30.0 


1 


14.3 


8.0 





0.0 


29.0 


21 


23.4 


9.0 


10 


15.4 


14.0 


11 


44.7 


1.0 


8 


9.1 


11.0 


5 


7.8 


6.0 


3 


12.8 


15.0 


?9 


32.4 


8.0 


15 


23.1 


14. C 


14 


56.9 


2.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


527 


10.7 


24.0 


408 


10.0 


27.0 


119 


14.1 


12.0 




MALES 


281 


12.1 


28.0 


223 


11.5 


26.0 


58 


15.2 


24.0 




FEMALES 


246 


9.4 


17.0 


185 


8.6 


20.0 


61 


13.2 


6.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


37 


8.6 


5.0 


20 


5.9 


13.0 


17 


19.0 


1.0 




5-14 


3 


0.3 


24.0 


3 


0.4 


18.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


11 


1.3 


24.0 


11 


1.6 


14.0 





0.0 


36.5 




25-34 


13 


2.2 


29.0 


10 


2.0 


19.0 


3 


3.3 


32.0 




35-44 


25 


4.2 


26.0 


16 


3.1 


20.0 


9 


11.3 


16.0 




45-54 


52 


8.5 


32.0 


34 


6.5 


28.0 


18 


19.4 


11.0 




55-64 


108 


21.7 


13.0 


80 


19.1 


14.0 


28 


35.6 


15.0 




65* 


278 


65.4 


7.0 


234 


64.9 


8.0 


44 


68.3 


14.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


304 


57.7 


23.0 


231 


56.6 


28.0 


73 


61.3 


16.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


78 


14.8 


20.0 


67 


16.4 


18.0 


11 


9.2 


26.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


145 


27.5 


12.0 


110 


27.0 


8.0 


35 


29.4 


16.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


731 


1.5 


11.0 


589 


1.7 


9.0 


142 


1.1 


16.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


415 


56.8 


8.0 


313 


53.1 


6.0 


102 


71.8 


9.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GOLDSBORO 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



263*7 


0.5 


16.0 


11994 


45.5 


35.0 


14353 


54.5 


4.0 


200 


7.6 


9.0 



WHITE 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



13139 0.3 24.0 

6C80 46.3 32.0 

7059 53.7 7.0 

128 9.7 3.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



13208 1.1 9.0 

5914 44.8 27.0 

7294 55.2 12.0 

72 5.5 32.0 



494 


18.7 


9.0 


270 


20.5 


3.0 


224 


17.0 


35.0 


260 


9.9 


8.0 


140 


10.7 


3.0 


120 


9.1 


32.0 


234 


8.9 


10.0 


130 


9.9 


4.0 


104 


7.9 


35.0 


494 


100.0 


6.5 


270 


1CC.C 


12.0 


224 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


42 


8.5 


31.0 


17 


6.3 


29.0 


25 


11.2 


32.0 


107 


21.7 


12.0 


7 


2.6 


33.0 


100 


44.6 


13.0 


203 


1.3 


15.0 


732 


1.2 


17.0 


471 


1.7 


13.0 


340 


28.3 


22.0 


153 


20.9 


28.0 


187 


39.7 


23.0 



19 


37.6 


11. C 


7 


25.6 


19.0 


12 


51.7 


8.0 


11 


21.8 


7.0 


3 


11. C 


18.5 


8 


34.5 


6.0 


11 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


100.0 


17.5 


8 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





C.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 


C 


0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


3 


27.3 


21.0 





0.0 


24.5 


3 


37.5 


22.5 


8 


16.2 


17.0 


4 


14.8 


16.0 


4 


17.9 


21.0 


5 


10.3 


7.0 


1 


3.8 


17.0 


4 


18.2 


10.0 


13 


26.3 


13.0 


5 


18.5 


16. C 


8 


35.7 


15.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


294 


11.2 


22.0 


142 


10.8 


18.0 


152 


11.5 


28.0 




MALES 


171 


14.3 


13.0 


75 


12.3 


21. C 


96 


16.2 


19.0 




FEMALES 


123 


8.6 


24.0 


67 


9.5 


12.0 


56 


7.7 


32.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


13 


6.7 


16.0 


5 


5.7 


15. C 


8 


7.6 


24.0 




5-14 


4 


0.7 


10.0 


2 


0.8 


8.0 


2 


0.6 


13.0 




15-24 


8 


1.5 


18.0 


4 


1.5 


15.0 


4 


1.6 


24.0 




25-34 


7 


2.6 


21.0 


1 


0.7 


35,0 


6 


4.7 


26.0 




35-44 


14 


5.0 


20.0 


4 


2.7 


28. C 


10 


7.6 


28.0 




45-54 


27 


8.9 


27.0 


9 


5.4 


34.0 


18 


13.1 


31.0 




55-64 


68 


28.4 


4.0 


27 


21.3 


5.0 


41 


36.4 


11.0 




65* 


153 


62.6 


13.0 


90 


67.8 


6.0 


63 


56.5 


26.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


156 


53.1 


33.0 


82 


57.7 


25.0 


74 


48.7 


34.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


50 


17.0 


8.0 


21 


14.8 


25.0 


29 


19.1 


5.0 




HOMF OR NON-INSTITUTION 


88 


29.9 


5.0 


39 


27.5 


7.0 


49 


32.2 


14.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


550 


1.2 


14.0 


329 


0.9 


18.0 


221 


1.8 


10.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


234 


42.5 


19.0 


112 


34.0 


24.0 


122 


55.2 


19.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GREENSBORO 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



49589 


2.9 


2.0 


68785 


46.0 


32.0 


80804 


54.0 


7.0 


1109 


7.4 


11.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



105901 2.6 2.0 

48444 45.7 35.0 

57457 54.3 4.0 

618 5.8 9.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



43688 3.7 3.0 

20341 46.6 10.0 

23347 53.4 29.0 

491 11.2 19.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


2398 


16.0 


20.0 


1495 


14.1 


16.0 


903 


20.7 


28.0 




MALES 


1276 


8.5 


17.0 


821 


7.8 


10.0 


455 


10.4 


26.0 




FEMALES 


1122 


7.5 


22.0 


674 


6.4 


23.0 


448 


10.3 


27.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


2395 


99.9 


15.0 


1494 


99.9 


24.0 


901 


99.8 


20.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


2 


0.1 


18.0 


1 


0.1 


9.0 


1 


0.1 


16.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 


1 


0.0 


12.0 





0.0 


23.0 


1 


0.1 


7.0 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


231 


9.6 


22.0 


100 


6.7 


25.0 


131 


14.5 


16.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


344 


14.3 


29.0 


61 


4.1 


24.0 


283 


31.3 


34.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


3526 


3.9 


5.0 


2534 


4.1 


4.0 


992 


3.6 


7.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


2347 


66.6 


4.0 


1464 


57.8 


2.0 


883 


89.0 


5.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 



8. PERINATAL OEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 



10 
11 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



69 


28.4 


28.0 


28 


18.5 


28.0 


41 


44.6 


14.0 


32 


13.2 


25.0 


16 


10.6 


21.0 


16 


17.4 


19.0 


32 


100.0 


15.0 


16 


100.0 


17.5 


16 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


6 


18.8 


25.0 





0.0 


24.5 


6 


37.5 


22.5 


37 


15.4 


20.0 


12 


8.0 


28.0 


25 


27.7 


9.0 


11 


4.7 


27.0 


2 


1.3 


23.0 


9 


10.3 


19.0 


48 


20.0 


24.0 


14 


9.4 


27.0 


34 


37.7 


13.0 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 


TOTAL 


1289 


8.6 


32.0 


877 


8.3 


32.0 


412 


9.4 


35.0 




MALES 


697 


10.1 


32.0 


487 


10.1 


31.0 


210 


10.3 


38.0 




FEMALES 


592 


7.3 


31.0 


390 


6.8 


32.0 


202 


8.7 


28.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


61 


5.1 


26.0 


18 


2.4 


30.0 


43 


10.0 


15.0 




5-14 


11 


0.4 


16.0 


6 


0.3 


20.0 


5 


0.5 


14.0 




15-24 


45 


1.3 


22.0 


30 


1.3 


18. C 


15 


1.3 


29.0 




25-34 


45 


2.3 


27.0 


28 


2.C 


20.0 


17 


3.2 


33.0 




35-44 


62 


3.6 


33.0 


25 


1.9 


32.0 


37 


8.8 


25.0 




45-54 


154 


9.4 


22.0 


100 


7.8 


19.0 


54 


14.8 


29.0 




55-64 


207 


17.9 


30.0 


143 


16.4 


27.0 


64 


22.6 


29.0 




65+ 


704 


62.6 


12.0 


527 


60.5 


14.0 


177 


69.9 


13.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


883 


68.5 


7.0 


565 


64.4 


12.0 


318 


77.2 


4.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


204 


15.8 


14.0 


172 


19.6 


7.0 


32 


7.8 


30.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


202 


15.7 


35.0 


140 


16.0 


33.0 


62 


15.0 


35.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1746 


3.7 


4.0 


1278 


3.7 


4.0 


468 


3.7 


5.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


1156 


66.2 


4.0 


776 


60.7 


4.0 


380 


81.2 


6.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



7. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
GREENVILLE 

TOTAL WHITE NONHHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 



30459 0.6 

14022 46.0 

16437 54.0 

169 5.5 



13.0 23201 0.6 13.0 

30.0 10802 46.6 29.0 

9.0 12399 53.4 10.0 

19.0 109 4.7 15.0 



OCCURRENCE 
TOTAL 
TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



7258 0.6 15.0 

3220 44.4 34.0 

4038 55.6 5.0 

60 8.3 25.0 



404 


13.3 


34.0 


228 


9.8 


35.0 


176 


24.2 


17.0 


208 


6.8 


32.0 


107 


4.6 


37.0 


101 


13.9 


11.0 


196 


6.4 


35.0 


121 


5.2 


35.0 


75 


10.3 


26.0 


404 


100.0 


6.5 


228 


1C0.0 


12.0 


176 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


40 


9.9 


18.0 


15 


6.6 


26.0 


25 


14.2 


18.0 


99 


24.5 


7.0 


5 


2.2 


37.0 


94 


53.4 


3.0 


1168 


1.3 


18.0 


590 


1.0 


23.0 


578 


2.1 


8.0 


397 


34.0 


15.0 


221 


37.5 


9.0 


176 


30.4 


29.0 



10 


24.3 


32.0 


2 


8.7 


36.0 


8 


44.0 


16.0 


7 


17.0 


15.0 


1 


4.4 


35.0 


6 


33.0 


7.0 


6 


85.7 


35.0 





0.0 


37.0 


6 


100.0 


13.5 


1 


14.3 


3.0 


1 


1C0.0 


1.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


3 


42.9 


6.0 





0.0 


24.5 


3 


50.0 


14.0 


3 


7.4 


36.0 


1 


4.4 


35.0 


2 


11.4 


32.0 


2 


5.0 


24.0 





0.0 


31.0 


2 


11.5 


17.0 


5 


12.4 


36.0 


1 


4.4 


35.0 


4 


22.7 


26.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


235 


7.7 


34.0 


119 


5.1 


37.0 


116 


16.0 


5.0 




MALES 


121 


8.6 


35.0 


72 


6.7 


37.0 


49 


15.2 


23.0 




FEMALES 


114 


6.9 


34.0 


47 


3.8 


37. C 


67 


16.6 


1.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


3.2 


34.0 


2 


1.6 


34. C 


4 


6.3 


27.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


11 


1.0 


31.0 


5 


0.5 


34.0 


6 


4.1 


9.0 




25-34 


7 


2.2 


28.0 


4 


1.6 


22.0 


3 


4.9 


25.0 




35-44 


16 


5.6 


16.0 


5 


2.3 


30.0 


11 


15.3 


8.0 




45-54 


34 


12.0 


11.0 


20 


9.8 


9.C 


14 


17.6 


19.0 




55-64 


61 


29.7 


2.0 


31 


23.3 


3.0 


30 


41.4 


4.0 




65 + 


100 


50.6 


36.0 


52 


39.3 


37.0 


48 


73.3 


8.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


128 


54.5 


31.0 


61 


51.3 


36.0 


67 


57.8 


20.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


24 


10.2 


33.0 


13 


10.9 


32.0 


11 


9.5 


25.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


83 


35.3 


2.0 


45 


37.8 


1.0 


38 


32.8 


12.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


514 


1.1 


16.0 


297 


0.9 


20.0 


217 


1.7 


11.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


196 


38.1 


24.0 


95 


32.0 


29.0 


101 


46.5 


26.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HENDERSON 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



POPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 
NATURAL INCREASE 



2. 



LIVE B 



14155 


0.3 


31.0 


6574 


46.4 


25.0 


7581 


53.6 


14.0 


68 


4.8 


24.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



8423 0.2 37.0 

3876 46.0 34.0 

4547 54.0 5.0 

22 2.6 25.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



5732 0.5 17.0 

2698 47.1 7.0 

3034 52.9 32.0 

46 8.0 27.0 



R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



237 


16.7 


16.0 


114 


13.5 


21.0 


123 


21.5 


25.0 


127 


9.0 


13.0 


61 


7.2 


19.0 


66 


11.5 


22.0 


110 


7.8 


19.0 


53 


6.3 


24.0 


57 


9.9 


29.0 


213 


89.9 


38.0 


114 


1C0.0 


12.0 


99 


80.5 


38.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


24 


10.1 


1.0 





0.0 


23.0 


24 


19.5 


1.0 


30 


12.7 


2.0 


10 


8.8 


9.0 


20 


16.3 


4.5 


47 


19.8 


16.0 


4 


3.5 


28.0 


43 


35.0 


29.0 


24 


0.0 


36.0 





0.0 


37.5 


24 


0.1 


35.0 


24 


100.0 


1.5 









24 


100.0 


2.0 



FETAL 6 I 
MORTAL 



F A N T 
T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



11 


45.5 


4.0 


7 


59.8 


2.0 


4 


32.0 


26.0 


5 


20.7 


8.5 


3 


25.6 


6.0 


2 


16.0 


21.0 


5 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


40.0 


7.5 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


100.0 


3.5 


6 


25.3 


7.0 


4 


35.1 


5.5 


2 


16.3 


24.0 





0.0 


36.5 





0.0 


31.0 





0.0 


33.5 


6 


25.3 


16.0 


4 


35.1 


6.0 


2 


16.3 


33.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


169 


11.9 


14.0 


92 


10.9 


17.0 


77 


13.4 


15.0 




MALES 


88 


13.4 


19.0 


52 


13.4 


13.0 


36 


13.3 


30.0 




FEMALES 


81 


10.7 


5.0 


40 


8.8 


19.0 


41 


13.5 


3.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


7 


6.6 


19.0 


4 


8.0 


9.0 


3 


5.4 


29.0 




5-14 


1 


0.4 


20.0 





0.0 


31.5 


1 


0.8 


11.0 




15-24 


7 


3.0 


7.0 


4 


3.2 


5.0 


3 


2.8 


12.0 




25-34 


1 


0.7 


38.0 





0.0 


37.5 


1 


2.0 


36.0 




35-44 


15 


8.9 


1.0 


3 


2.8 


26.0 


12 


20.0 


5.0 




45-54 


24 


13.3 


4.0 


9 


7.5 


21.0 


15 


24.7 


6.0 




55-64 


23 


16.7 


34.0 


14 


16.0 


28.0 


9 


17.8 


33.0 




65* 


91 


54.5 


28.0 


58 


52.8 


31.0 


33 


57.7 


24.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


101 


59.8 


18.0 


51 


55.4 


33.0 


50 


64.9 


13.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


33 


19.5 


4.0 


23 


25.0 


2.0 


10 


13.0 


14.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


35 


20.7 


29.0 


18 


19.6 


29.0 


17 


22.1 


27.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


63 


0.1 


37.0 


45 


0.1 


37.0 


18 


0.1 


37.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


37 


58.7 


6.0 


23 


51.1 


8.0 


14 


77.8 


8.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



4- 16 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HICKORY 



TOTAL 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNOER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIOENTS 



20848 0.4 19.0 

9808 47.0 16.0 

11040 53.0 23.0 

135 6.5 13.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



17377 0.4 16.0 

8194 47.2 16.0 

9183 52.8 23.0 

62 3.6 17.0 



269 


12.9 


6.0 


152 


15.5 


7.0 


117 


10.6 


8.0 


18 


10.9 


2.0 


1 


0.3 


27.0 


12 


2.7 


8.0 


3 


1-2 


34.0 


12 


5.6 


15.0 


29 


10.7 


16.0 


46 


21.2 


15.0 


148 


78.7 


1.0 


154 


57.2 


24.0 


40 


14.9 


19.0 


75 


27.9 


9.0 


374 


0.8 


25.0 


169 


45.2 


16.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



3471 0.3 27.0 

1614 46.5 12.0 

1857 53.5 27.0 

73 21.0 3.0 



404 


19.4 


8.0 


285 


16.4 


7.0 


119 


34.3 


3.0 


220 


10.6 


6.0 


164 


9.4 


6.0 


56 


16.1 


5.0 


184 


8.8 


12.0 


121 


7.0 


13.0 


63 


18.2 


3.0 


404 


100.0 


6.5 


285 


1C0.0 


12.0 


119 


100. 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





CO 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


39 


9.7 


21.0 


21 


7.4 


20.0 


18 


15.1 


13.0 


69 


17.1 


21.0 


12 


4.2 


21. C 


57 


47.9 


8.0 


655 


0.7 


30.0 


572 


0.9 


24.0 


83 


0.3 


33.0 


164 


25.0 


28.0 


100 


17.5 


31. C 


64 


77. 1 


10.0 



16 


39.3 


10.0 


12 


41.8 


6.0 


4 


33.3 


21.5 


3 


7.4 


35.0 


2 


7.0 


28.0 


1 


8.3 


31.0 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


2 


100.0 


17.5 


1 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





O.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


33.3 


12.5 





0.0 


24.5 


1 


100.0 


3.5 


13 


32.2 


4.0 


10 


35.1 


5.5 


3 


25.2 


13.0 


4 


10.2 


9.0 


1 


3.6 


18.0 


3 


25.9 


3.0 


17 


42.1 


3.0 


11 


38.6 


5.0 


6 


50.4 


3.0 



223 


12.8 


6.0 


125 


15.3 


6.0 


98 


10.7 


5.0 


12 


10.0 


4.C 


C 


0.0 


31.5 


8 


2. 1 


9.0 


1 


0.5 


36. C 


10 


5.4 


5.C 


21 


8.8 


14.0 


38 


19.5 


11.0 


133 


80.7 


1.0 


129 


57.8 


24.0 


37 


16.6 


17.0 


57 


25.6 


11.0 


335 


1.0 


17.0 


141 


42.1 


14. C 



46 


13.3 


16.0 


27 


16.7 


18.0 


19 


10.2 


15.0 


6 


13.7 


5.0 


1 


1.3 


5.0 


4 


5.4 


6.0 


2 


4.3 


28.0 


2 


6.6 


33.0 


8 


25.9 


4.0 


8 


35.7 


13.5 


15 


64.7 


15.0 


25 


54.3 


26.0 


3 


6.5 


33.0 


18 


39.1 


4.0 


39 


0.3 


30.5 


28 


71.8 


10.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
HIGH POINT 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



TOTAL 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



63462 


1.2 


6.0 


29507 


46.5 


24.0 


33955 


53.5 


15.0 


412 


6.5 


12.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



48783 1.2 6.0 

22770 46.7 26. C 

26013 53.3 13.0 

142 2.9 22.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



14679 1.2 8.0 

6737 45.9 16.0 

7942 54.1 23.0 

270 18.4 5.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


1069 


16.8 


15.0 


652 


13.4 


23.0 


417 


28.4 


11.0 




MALES 


572 


9.0 


12.0 


354 


7.3 


18.0 


218 


14.9 


9.0 




FEMALES 


497 


7.8 


17.0 


298 


6.1 


25.0 


199 


13.6 


12.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


1065 


99.6 


23.0 


650 


99.7 


31.0 


415 


99.5 


23.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


4 


0.4 


11.0 


2 


0.3 


5.0 


2 


0.5 


13.0 




MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


108 


10.1 


15.0 


54 


8.3 


13.0 


54 


12.9 


24.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


194 


18.1 


17.0 


37 


5.7 


10.0 


157 


37.6 


23.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1754 


2.0 


11.0 


1288 


2.1 


10.0 


466 


1.7 


14.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


996 


56.8 


6.0 


584 


45.3 


5.0 


412 


88.4 


7.0 



FETAL E INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYSJ 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS 1UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



40 


36.8 


12.0 


26 


39.2 


9.0 


14 


33.1 


23.0 


17 


15.7 


18.0 


11 


16.6 


8.0 


6 


14.2 


24.0 


16 


94.1 


33.0 


10 


90.9 


35.0 


6 


100.0 


13.5 


1 


5.9 


4.5 


1 


9.1 


2.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


4 


23.5 


24.0 


1 


9.1 


10.0 


3 


50.0 


14.0 


23 


21.5 


11.0 


15 


23.0 


10.0 


8 


19.2 


20.0 


5 


4.8 


26.0 


4 


6.3 


10.0 


1 


2.4 


28.0 


28 


26.2 


14.0 


19 


29.1 


10. C 


9 


21.6 


29.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


657 


10.4 


26.0 


510 


10.5 


20.0 


147 


10.0 


32.0 




MALES 


368 


12.5 


25.0 


290 


12.7 


18.0 


78 


11.6 


34.0 




FEMALES 


289 


8.5 


25.0 


220 


8.5 


24.0 


69 


8.7 


27.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


32 


6.1 


20.0 


23 


6.8 


11.0 


9 


5.0 


32.0 




5-14 


6 


0.5 


14.0 


5 


0.6 


14.0 


1 


0.3 


18.0 




15-24 


19 


1.7 


17.0 


11 


1.3 


19.0 


8 


2.8 


13.0 




25-34 


22 


2.9 


19.0 


10 


1.7 


21.0 


12 


6.5 


15.0 




35-44 


28 


4.1 


30.0 


19 


3.4 


17.0 


9 


6.8 


31.0 




45-54 


64 


8.9 


28.0 


46 


7.6 


20.0 


18 


15.2 


28.0 




55-64 


140 


21.5 


14.0 


103 


18.5 


19.0 


37 


39.2 


9.0 




65* 


346 


54.0 


29.0 


293 


54.2 


26.0 


53 


52.7 


33.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


381 


58.0 


21.0 


300 


58.8 


21.0 


81 


55.1 


22.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


79 


12.0 


30.0 


66 


12.9 


29.0 


13 


8 v . 8 


28.0 




HOME OR NON- INST I TUT I ON 


197 


30.0 


4.0 


144 


28.2 


4.0 


53 


36.1 


8.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


759 


1.6 


10.0 


6ia 


1.8 


8.0 


141 


1.1 


17.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


533 


70.2 


2.0 


409 


66.2 


2.0 


124 


87.9 


2.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



18 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
JACKSONVILLE 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * » 

' NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTFNDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



16592 


0.3 


24.0 


7972 


48.0 


4.0 


8620 


52.0 


35.0 


378 


22.8 


1.0 



14303 0.4 19.0 

6957 48.6 3.0 

7346 51.4 36.0 

303 21.2 1.0 



2289 0.2 32.0 

1015 44.3 35.0 

1274 55.7 4.0 

75 32.8 1.0 



488 


29.4 


1.0 


391 


27.3 


1.0 


97 


42.4 


1.0 


270 


16.3 


1.0 


220 


15.4 


l.C 


50 


21.8 


1.0 


218 


13.1 


1.0 


171 


12.0 


1.0 


47 


20.5 


1.0 


488 


100.0 


6.5 


391 


100. 


12.0 


97 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


33 


6.8 


37.0 


24 


6.1 


30.0 


9 


9.3 


35.0 


44 


9.0 


35.0 


11 


2.8 


32.0 


33 


34.0 


30.0 


632 


0.7 


31.0 


437 


0.7 


30.0 


195 


0.7 


27.0 


164 


25.9 


26.0 


104 


23.8 


22.0 


60 


30.8 


27.0 



14 


28.3 


29.0 


12 


30.2 


14.0 


2 


20.4 


34.0 


7 


14.1 


22.0 


6 


15.1 


9. 


1 


10.2 


29.0 


7 


100.0 


15.0 


6 


1C0.0 


17.5 


1 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


14.3 


27.5 


1 


16.7 


6.0 





0.0 


29.0 


7 


14.3 


23.0 


6 


15.3 


15.0 


1 


10.3 


33.0 


1 


2.1 


34.0 


1 


2.6 


21.0 





0.0 


33.5 


8 


16.4 


31.0 


7 


17.9 


17.0 


1 


10.3 


35.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


110 


6.6 


37.0 


88 


6.2 


36.0 


22 


9.6 


34.0 




MALES 


60 


7.5 


37.0 


47 


6.8 


36.0 


13 


12.8 


31.0 




FEMALES 


50 


5.8 


37.0 


41 


5.6 


36.0 


9 


7.1 


36.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


7.6 


11.0 


1C 


8.5 


8.C 


1 


3.7 


34.0 




5-14 


2 


0.5 


13.0 


2 


0.7 


12.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


11 


2.6 


9.0 


8 


2.1 


10. 


3 


7.2 


3.0 




25-34 


7 


3.2 


14.0 


5 


2.8 


11.0 


2 


5.2 


22.0 




35-44 


12 


6.0 


11.0 


10 


5.8 


3.0 


2 


6.9 


30.0 




45-54 


15 


8.7 


29.0 


10 


6.2 


31. C 


5 


47.2 


1.0 




55-64 


19 


23.0 


11.0 


16 


22.5 


4.0 


3 


26.1 


25.0 




65 + 


33 


63.1 


11.0 


27 


57.8 


22.0 


6 


107.1 


1.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


83 


75.5 


4.0 


68 


77.3 


1.0 


15 


68.2 


9.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


12 


10.9 


32.0 


9 


10.2 


34.0 


3 


13.6 


13.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


15 


13.6 


36.0 


11 


12.5 


36.0 


4 


18.2 


29.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


226 


0.5 


32.0 


170 


0.5 


34.0 


56 


0.4 


28.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


68 


30.1 


33.0 


53 


31.2 


30.0 


15 


26.8 


35.0 



♦ SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
K I N S T N 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



21747 


0.4 


18.0 


9806 


45.1 


37.0 


11941 


54.9 


2.0 


178 


8.2 


6.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12C81 0.3 27.0 

5526 45.7 36.0 

6555 54.3 3.0 

66 5.5 11.0 



N N M H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9666 0.8 13.0 

4280 44.3 37.0 

5386 55.7 2.0 

112 11.6 18.0 



L I V 'E 



3. 



I R T H S 



TOTAL 
MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



465 


21.4 


4.0 


230 


19.0 


5.0 


235 


24.3 


16.0 


253 


11.6 


4.0 


126 


10.4 


4.0 


127 


13.1 


13.0 


212 


9.7 


8.0 


104 


8.6 


6.0 


108 


11.2 


20.0 


448 


96.3 


36.0 


230 


ICO.O 


12.0 


218 


92.8 


36.0 


2 


0.4 


9.0 





0.0 


24.0 


2 


0.9 


9.0 


15 


3.2 


3.0 





0.0 


23.0 


15 


6.4 


3.0 


42 


9.0 


27.0 


17 


7.4 


19.0 


25 


10.6 


33.0 


116 


24.9 


5.0 


11 


4.8 


20.0 


105 


44.7 


12.0 


1183 


1.3 


17.0 


686 


1.1 


19.0 


497 


1.8 


11. 


447 


37.8 


14.0 


220 


32.1 


14.0 


227 


45.7 


18.0 



FETAL £ INFA 
MORTALITY 



N T 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



15 


31.8 


20.0 


8 


34.3 


13. C 


7 


29.3 


27.0 


7 


14.8 


20.0 


3 


12.9 


15.0 


4 


16.7 


20.0 


7 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


ICO.O 


17.5 


4 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


28.6 


18.5 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


50.0 


14.0 


8 


17.2 


15.0 


5 


21.7 


11.0 


3 


12.8 


28.0 


3 


6.6 


18.0 


1 


4.4 


13.0 


2 


8.6 


22.0 


11 


23.7 


18.0 


6 


26.1 


12.0 


5 


21.3 


30.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


287 


13.2 


5.0 


164 


13.6 


3.0 


123 


12.7 


20.0 




MALES 


145 


14.8 


10.0 


83 


15.0 


8.0 


62 


14.5 


26.0 




FEMALES 


142 


11.9 


2.0 


81 


12.4 


1.0 


61 


11.3 


13.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


7.6 


12.0 


6 


8.9 


6.C 


5 


6.4 


26.0 




5-14 


6 


1.4 


3.0 


4 


2.0 


1.0 


2 


0.9 


10.0 




15-24 


7 


1.8 


15.0 


2 


0.9 


25.0 


5 


2.7 


15.0 




25-34 


6 


2.9 


18.0 


4 


3.1 


6.0 


2 


2.7 


34.0 




35-44 


19 


7.9 


5.0 


10 


7.0 


2.0 


9 


9.2 


22.0 




45-54 


40 


14.0 


3.0 


18 


10.0 


8.0 


22 


20.8 


10.0 




55-64 


43 


17.6 


31.0 


14 


10.4 


36.0 


29 


26.4 


24.0 




65 + 


155 


66.5 


5.0 


106 


74.8 


3.0 


49 


53.6 


32.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


166 


57.8 


22.0 


103 


62.8 


15.0 


63 


51.2 


32.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


42 


14.6 


21.0 


24 


14.6 


26.0 


18 


14.6 


12.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


79 


27.5 


11.0 


37 


22.6 


22.0 


42 


34.1 


10.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


439 


0.9 


20.0 


279 


0.8 


22.0 


160 


1.3 


14.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


207 


47.2 


15.0 


109 


39.1 


19.0 


98 


61.2 


16.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



4- 20 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
LENOIR 



TOTAL 



ITEM 

POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



RATE RANK 



15705 0.3 27.0 

7450 47.4 7.0 

8255 52.6 32.0 

57 3.6 30.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



13869 0.3 23.0 

6628 47.6 8.0 

7241 52.2 31.0 

46 3.3 18.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1836 0.2 35.0 

822 44.8 28.0 

1014 55.2 11.0 

11 6.0 31.0 



I V E 



I R T H S 



3. 


TOTAL 


237 


15.1 


25.0 


198 


14.3 


15.0 


39 


21.2 


26.0 




MALES 


123 


7.8 


26.0 


106 


7.6 


14.0 


17 


9.3 


30.0 




FEMALES 


114 


7.3 


28.0 


92 


6.6 


19.0 


22 


12.0 


19.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


236 


99.6 


24.0 


198 


1C0.0 


12.0 


38 


97.4 


34.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.4 


10.0 





0.0 


24.0 


1 


2.6 


1.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


22 


9.3 


25.0 


17 


8.6 


10.0 


5 


12.8 


25.5 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


30 


12.7 


31.0 


14 


7.1 


4.0 


16 


41.0 


18.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


761 


0.9 


25.0 


674 


1.1 


21.0 


87 


0.3 


32.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


198 


26.0 


25.0 


161 


23.9 


20.0 


37 


42.5 


19.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

B. PERINATAL DEATHS 
9. FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



13 


53.7 


2.0 


12 


59.1 


3.0 


1 


25.6 


30.0 


5 


20.7 


8.5 


5 


24.6 


7.0 





0.0 


35.5 


5 


100.0 


15.0 


5 


100.0 


17.5 












0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 












0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 












0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 









8 


33.8 


3.0 


7 


35.4 


4.0 


1 


25.6 


12.0 


2 


8.7 


12.0 


2 


10.5 


3.0 





0.0 


33.5 


10 


42.2 


2.0 


9 


45.5 


2.0 


1 


25.6 


25.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


180 


11.5 


19.0 


152 


11.0 


16.0 


28 


15.3 


8.0 




MALES 


93 


12.5 


24.0 


75 


11.3 


27.0 


18 


21.9 


4.0 




FEMALES 


87 


10.5 


9.0 


77 


10.6 


6.0 


10 


9.9 


17.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


8.1 


9.0 


10 


8.7 


7.0 


1 


4.8 


33.0 




5-14 


3 


1.0 


5.0 


3 


1.2 


6.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


2 


0.7 


36.0 


2 


0.8 


27.0 





0.0 


36.5 




25-34 


5 


2.8 


20.0 


4 


2.5 


12.0 


1 


6.2 


17.0 




35-44 


10 


5.3 


18.0 


5 


3.0 


24.0 


5 


25.8 


3.0 




45-54 


18 


9.1 


26.0 


13 


7.3 


23.0 


5 


25.8 


5.0 




55-64 


26 


16.3 


35.0 


23 


15.8 


29.0 


3 


21.4 


31.0 




65* 


105 


73.0 


3.0 


92 


71.0 


4.0 


13 


90.3 


4.0 


15. 


PLACE OF OEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


138 


76.7 


2.0 


115 


75.7 


3.0 


23 


82.1 


2.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


7.2 


37.0 


13 


8.6 


37.0 





0.0 


38.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


29 


16.1 


33.5 


24 


15.8 


35.0 


5 


17.9 


30.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


286 


0.6 


28.0 


248 


0.7 


26.0 


38 


0.3 


32.5 




TO RESIDENTS 


129 


45.1 


17.0 


105 


42.3 


13.0 


24 


63.2 


15.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



4- 21 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
LEXINGTON 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



RATE RANK 



17456 0.3 22.0 

8425 48.3 3.0 

9031 51.7 36.0 

133 7.6 8.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



14087 0.4 22.0 

6818 48.4 4.0 

7269 51.6 35.0 

85 6.0 5.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



3369 0.3 28.0 

1607 47.7 3.0 

1762 52.3 36.0 

48 14.2 14.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


307 


17.6 


12.0 


229 


16.3 


8.0 


78 


23.2 


20.0 




MALES 


134 


7.7 


27.0 


104 


7.4 


17. C 


30 


8.9 


34.0 




FEMALES 


173 


9.9 


7.0 


125 


8.9 


5.0 


48 


14.2 


8.0 


4. 


ATTENOANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


306 


99.7 


20.0 


229 


1C0.0 


12.0 


77 


98.7 


31.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


1 


0.3 


14.0 





0.0 


24.0 


1 


1.3 


3.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


26 


8.5 


32.0 


16 


7.0 


23.0 


10 


12.8 


25.5 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


45 


14.7 


26.0 


15 


6.6 


6.0 


30 


38.5 


22.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


624 


0.7 


32.0 


521 


0.8 


28.0 


103 


0.4 


29.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


243 


38.9 


12.0 


176 


33.8 


10.0 


67 


65.0 


12.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



10 


31.9 


19.0 


7 


30.2 


15.0 


3 


37.0 


19.0 


6 


19.2 


11. 


3 


12.9 


14.0 


3 


37.0 


5.0 


6 


100.0 


15.0 


3 


100.0 


17.5 


3 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


33.3 


12.5 


1 


33.3 


2.5 


1 


33.3 


24.0 


4 


13.0 


25.0 


4 


17.5 


12.0 





0.0 


36.0 


2 


6.6 


17.0 


2 


8.9 


5.0 





0.0 


33.5 


6 


19.5 


25.0 


6 


26.2 


11.0 





0.0 


37.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


174 


10.0 


28.0 


144 


10.2 


25.0 


30 


8.9 


38.0 




MALES 


109 


12.9 


22.0 


92 


13.5 


11.0 


17 


10.6 


37.0 




FEMALES 


65 


7.2 


32.0 


52 


7.2 


31.0 


13 


7.4 


34.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


6 


4.2 


31.0 


6 


5.7 


16. C 





0.0 


37.0 




5-14 


4 


1.3 


4.0 


3 


1.3 


5.0 


1 


1.2 


6.0 




15-24 


14 


4.5 


2.0 


13 


5.4 


1.0 


1 


1.5 


27.0 




25-34 


9 


4.5 


7.0 


5 


3.1 


7.0 


4 


10.8 


7.0 




35-44 


4 


2.0 


37.0 


1 


0.6 


37.0 


3 


9.6 


20.5 




45-54 


20 


8.4 


33.0 


15 


7.3 


24.0 


5 


16.3 


27.0 




55-64 


33 


18.9 


26.0 


29 


19.7 


10.0 


4 


14.8 


34.0 




65 + 


84 


53.9 


30.0 


72 


53.7 


28.0 


12 


55.3 


29.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


103 


59.2 


20.0 


87 


60.4 


17.0 


16 


53.3 


29.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


24 


13.8 


25.0 


21 


14.6 


27.0 


3 


10.0 


24.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


47 


27.0 


14.0 


36 


25.0 


13.0 


11 


36.7 


7.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


199 


0.4 


35.0 


171 


0.5 


33.0 


28 


0.2 


35.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


97 


48.7 


13.0 


77 


45.0 


12.0 


20 


71.4 


11.5 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



22 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

LUMBERTON 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * » 

4 NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



'OPULAT ION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL K INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FFTAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



17336 


0.3 


23.0 


8079 


46.6 


22.0 


9257 


53.4 


17.0 


172 


9.9 


4.0 



370 


21.3 


5.0 


190 


11.0 


5.0 


180 


10.4 


4.0 


368 


99.5 


27.0 


2 


0.5 


5.0 





0.0 


25.5 


40 


10.8 


9.0 


95 


25.7 


4.0 


2028 


2.3 


9.0 


361 


17.8 


35.0 



11657 0.3 29.0 

5505 47.2 14.0 

6152 52.8 25.0 

43 3.7 16.0 



171 


14.7 


11.0 


88 


7.5 


15.0 


83 


7.1 


11.0 


171 


1C0.0 


12.0 





0.0 


24. C 





0.0 


23.0 


17 


9.9 


6.0 


9 


5.3 


14.0 



820 1.3 16.0 
170 2C.7 29.0 



5679 0.5 18.0 

2574 45.3 22.0 

3105 54.7 17.0 

129 22.7 2.0 



199 


35.0 


2.0 


102 


18.0 


2.0 


97 


17.1 


4.0 


197 


99.0 


27.0 


2 


1.0 


7.0 





0.0 


23.5 


23 


11.6 


31.0 


86 


43.2 


15.0 


1208 


4.4 


3.0 


191 


15.8 


36.0 



11 


29.5 


25.0 


6 


34.9 


12. C 


5 


24.9 


31.0 


3 


8.0 


33.0 


1 


5.8 


32.0 


2 


10. 


30.0 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





CO 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


33.3 


12.5 





0.0 


24.5 


1 


50.0 


14.0 


8 


21.6 


10.0 


5 


29.2 


8.0 


3 


15.1 


25.0 


5 


13.8 


1.0 





C.C 


31.0 


5 


25.5 


4.0 


13 


35.1 


7.0 


5 


29.2 


9.C 


8 


40.2 


10.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


198 


11.4 


20.0 


128 


11.0 


15.0 


70 


12.3 


24.0 




MALES 


112 


13.9 


18.0 


72 


13.1 


15. C 


40 


15.5 


21.0 




FEMALES 


86 


9.3 


20.0 


56 


9.1 


16.0 


30 


9.7 


20.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


13 


8.4 


6.0 


5 


5.8 


14. C 


8 


11.8 


10.0 




5-14 


2 


0.5 


11.0 





0.0 


31.5 


2 


1.4 


4.0 




15-24 


10 


3.3 


5.0 


7 


3.7 


3.0 


3 


2.7 


14.0 




25-34 


5 


2.5 


23.0 


2 


1.4 


27.0 


3 


5.8 


20.0 




35-44 


5 


2.6 


36.0 


3 


2.1 


31.0 


2 


3.8 


38.0 




45-54 


26 


12.6 


6.0 


19 


12.9 


3.0 


7 


11.9 


34.0 




55-64 


46 


29.0 


3.0 


28 


24.1 


2.0 


18 


42.6 


3.0 




65 + 


91 


57.8 


23.0 


64 


55.7 


25.0 


27 


63.5 


16.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


110 


55.6 


30.0 


72 


56.3 


30.0 


38 


54.3 


27.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


33 


16.7 


13.0 


20 


15.6 


22.0 


13 


18.6 


6.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


55 


27.8 


10.0 


36 


28.1 


6.C 


19 


27.1 


20.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


511 


1.1 


17.0 


261 


0.8 


23.0 


250 


2.0 


8.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


138 


27.0 


36.0 


88 


33.7 


26.0 


50 


20.0 


36.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII) 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

MONROE 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 



B. 

9. 



11. 
12. 



11371 


0.2 


36.0 


5303 


46.6 


21.0 


6068 


53.4 


18.0 


89 


7.8 


7.0 



PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLCCK 
10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YRI 
INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



13. 



8258 C.2 38.0 

3820 46.3 33.0 

4438 53.7 6.0 

27 3.3 20.0 



3113 0.3 30.0 

1483 47.6 4.0 

1630 52.4 35.0 

62 19.9 4.0 



222 


19.5 


7.0 


119 


14.4 


14.0 


103 


33.1 


4.0 


108 


9.5 


10.0 


64 


7.8 


11. C 


44 


14.1 


10.0 


114 


10.0 


6.0 


55 


6.7 


18.0 


59 


19.0 


2.0 


222 


100.0 


6.5 


119 


1C0.C 


12.0 


103 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


20 


9.0 


28.0 


12 


10.1 


5.0 


8 


7.8 


37.0 


46 


20.7 


15.0 


5 


4.2 


22.0 


41 


39.8 


20.0 


1005 


1.1 


20.0 


605 


1.0 


22.0 


400 


1.5 


16.0 


196 


19.5 


33.0 


95 


15.7 


33.0 


101 


25.2 


33.0 






44.4 


5.0 


5 


41.7 


7.0 


5 


47.6 


12.0 


3 


13.3 


24.0 


1 


8.3 


24.0 


2 


19.0 


17.0 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 


C 


0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


33.3 


12.5 


I 


1C0.0 


1.0 





0.0 


29.0 


7 


31.5 


5.0 


4 


33.6 


7.0 


3 


29.1 


7.0 


1 


4.7 


28.0 





0.0 


31. C 


1 


10.0 


20.0 


8 


36.0 


6.0 


4 


33.6 


7.0 


4 


38.8 


11.0 



TOTAL 


133 


11.7 


16.0 


92 


11.1 


13.0 


41 


13.2 


17.0 


MALES 


75 


14.1 


15.0 


50 


13.1 


14.0 


25 


16.9 


16.0 


FEMALES 


58 


9.6 


16.0 


42 


9.5 


13.0 


16 


9.8 


18.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


8 


8.3 


7.0 


4 


6.3 


12.0 


4 


12.0 


7.5 


5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 


15-24 


6 


3.1 


6.0 


2 


1.5 


16.0 


4 


7.2 


2.0 


25-34 


4 


2.9 


17.0 


3 


2.8 


10.0 


1 


3.4 


31.0 


35-44 


6 


5.2 


19.0 


5 


5.5 


4.0 


1 


4.1 


37.0 


45-54 


18 


12.1 


7.0 


13 


11.8 


5.0 


5 


13.1 


32.0 


55-64 


26 


23.7 


7.0 


16 


19.0 


15.0 


10 


39.5 


8.0 


65* 


65 


53.9 


32.0 


49 


51.6 


32.0 


16 


62.5 


19.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


102 


76.7 


1.0 


66 


71.7 


5.0 


36 


87.8 


1.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


9.8 


35.0 


11 


12.0 


31.0 


2 


4.9 


35.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


18 


13.5 


37.0 


15 


16.3 


32.0 


3 


7.3 


38.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


375 


0.8 


24.0 


291 


0.8 


21.0 


84 


0.7 


23.5 


TO RESIDENTS 


99 


26.4 


37.0 


65 


22.3 


37.0 


34 


40.5 


33.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



4- 24 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
MORGAN TON 



TOTAL 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



RATE RANK 



14622 0.3 29.0 

6882 47.1 14.0 

7740 52.9 25.0 

22 1.5 35.0 



WHITE 

* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12648 0.3 25.0 

5963 47.1 17.0 

6685 52.9 22.0 

23 1.8 29.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1974 0.2 34.0 

919 46.6 II. 

1055 53.4 28.0 

-1 -0.5 37.0 



134 


9.2 


38.0 


111 


8.8 


37.0 


23 


11.7 


38.0 


68 


4.7 


38.0 


56 


4.4 


38. 


12 


6.1 


38.0 


66 


4.5 


38.0 


55 


4.3 


36.0 


11 


5.6 


38.0 


133 


99.3 


31.0 


110 


99.1 


36.0 


23 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


1 


0.7 


6.0 


1 


0.9 


2.0 





0.0 


23.5 


16 


11.9 


5.0 


13 


11.7 


2.0 


3 


13.0 


23.0 


19 


14.2 


30.0 


7 


6.3 


8.0 


12 


52.2 


4.0 


769 


0.9 


24.0 


699 


1.1 


18.0 


70 


0.3 


34.0 


118 


15.3 


38.0 


98 


14. C 


34.0 


20 


28.6 


31.0 



6 


44.1 


6.0 


5 


44.6 


5.0 


1 


41.7 


17.0 


2 


14.7 


21.0 


1 


8.9 


23.0 


1 


41.7 


4.0 


2 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 


1 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 





0.0 


29.0 


4 


29.9 


6.0 


4 


36.0 


3.0 





0.0 


36.0 


1 


7.7 


14.0 


1 


9.3 


4.0 





0.0 


33.5 


5 


37.3 


5.0 


5 


45.0 


3.0 





0.0 


37.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


112 


7.7 


36.0 


88 


7.0 


34.0 


24 


12.2 


25.0 




MALES 


59 


8.6 


36.0 


49 


8.2 


34.0 


10 


10.9 


36.0 




FEMALES 


53 


6.8 


35.0 


39 


5.8 


35.0 


14 


13.3 


5.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


7 


8.2 


8.0 


7 


10.1 


3.C 





0.0 


37.0 




5-14 


2 


0.9 


6.0 





0.0 


31.5 


2 


6.7 


1.0 




15-24 


8 


3.5 


4.0 


4 


2.1 


12.0 


4 


11.0 


1.0 




25-34 


4 


2.4 


25.0 


4 


2.8 


9.0 





0.0 


37.5 




35-44 


8 


4.4 


24.0 


7 


4.4 


11.0 


1 


4.4 


35.5 




45-54 


13 


6.7 


38.0 


9 


5.3 


35.0 


4 


17.4 


21.0 




55-64 


18 


9.4 


38.0 


15 


8.9 


38.0 


3 


12.8 


36.0 




65* 


52 


26.5 


38.0 


42 


24.5 


38.0 


10 


41.0 


38.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


63 


56.3 


28.0 


49 


55.7 


32.0 


14 


58.3 


19.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


21 


18.8 


6.0 


14 


15.9 


21.0 


7 


29.2 


1.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


28 


25.0 


19.0 


25 


28.4 


3.0 


3 


12.5 


37.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


219 


0.5 


33.0 


194 


0.6 


31.0 


25 


0.2 


36.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


75 


34.2 


30.0 


60 


30.9 


31.0 


15 


60.0 


17.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
NEW BERN 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



14423 0.3 30.0 

6610 45.8 34.0 

7813 54.2 5.0 

147 10.2 3.0 



8947 0.2 34.0 

4167 46.6 28.0 

4780 53.4 11.0 

60 6.7 4.0 



5476 0.5 19.0 

2443 44.6 31.0 

3033 55.4 8.0 

87 15.9 9.0 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



10. 
11. 
L2. 



TUTAL 


321 


22.3 


3.0 


152 


17.0 


6.0 


169 


30.9 


6.0 


MALES 


171 


11.9 


3.0 


80 


8.9 


7.0 


91 


16.6 


3.0 


FEMALES 


150 


10.4 


3.0 


72 


8.0 


8.0 


78 


14.2 


9.0 


ATTENDANT 




















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


319 


99.4 


30.0 


152 


1C0.0 


12.0 


167 


98.8 


29.0 


PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


2 


0.6 


3.0 





0.0 


24.0 


2 


1.2 


6.0 


MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





CO 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


32 


10.0 


17.0 


8 


5.3 


34.0 


24 


14.2 


19.0 


OUT UF WEDLOCK 


97 


30.2 


1.0 


6 


3.9 


25.0 


91 


53.8 


2.0 


OCCUKRENCE 




















TOTAL 


927 


1.0 


22.0 


540 


0.9 


25.0 


387 


1.4 


17.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


290 


31.3 


18.0 


126 


23.3 


24.0 


164 


42.4 


20.0 



FETAL S 

M it T / 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



PERINATAL CEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLOCK 
NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
INFAMT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 



7 


21.6 


33. C 


2 


13. 1 


34. C 


5 


29.2 


28.0 


3 


9.3 


32.0 


1 


6.5 


31.0 


2 


11.7 


27.0 


3 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17. 5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 


C 


0.0 


20.0 





CO 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





CO 


19.5 





CO 


17.0 


2 


66.7 


1.5 





CO 


24.5 


2 


100.0 


3.5 


4 


12.5 


27.0 


1 


6.6 


33.0 


3 


17.8 


22.0 


2 


6.3 


19.0 


c 


CO 


31.0 


2 


12.0 


16.0 


6 


18.7 


26.0 


1 


6.6 


34. C 


5 


29.6 


22.0 



HEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 


174 


12.1 


12.0 


92 


10.3 


24.0 


82 


15.0 


9.0 


MALES 


93 


14.1 


16.0 


48 


11.5 


25.0 


45 


18.4 


10.0 


FEMALES 


81 


10.4 


10.0 


44 


9.2 


15.0 


37 


12.2 


9.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


7 


7.4 


15.0 


2 


3.8 


22.0 


5 


11.6 


11.0 


5-14 


1 


0.4 


19.0 


1 


0.7 


9.0 





CO 


29.0 


15-24 


4 


1.5 


19.0 


2 


1.2 


22. C 


2 


1.9 


21.0 


25-34 


6 


4.1 


8.C 


3 


2.9 


8.0 


3 


7.6 


8.0 


35-44 


8 


5.4 


17.0 


1 


1.1 


36.0 


7 


13.2 


13.0 


45-54 


15 


8.5 


31.0 


5 


4.2 


38.0 


10 


17.4 


20.0 


55-64 


32 


20.1 


19.0 


13 


12.7 


34. C 


19 


33.5 


17.0 


65* 


101 


59.5 


20.0 


65 


63.2 


10. C 


36 


53.7 


31.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


108 


62. 1 


13.0 


63 


68.5 


7.C 


45 


54.9 


23.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


23 


13.2 


28.0 


10 


10.9 


33.0 


13 


15.9 


10.0 


HO*E OR NON-INSTITUTION 


43 


24.7 


2C0 


19 


2C7 


26. C 


24 


29.3 


17.0 


OCCUKRENCE 




















TOTAL 


410 


0.9 


21.0 


260 


0.7 


24.0 


150 


1.2 


15.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


153 


37.3 


25.0 


79 


30.4 


33.0 


74 


49.3 


24.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
RALE I G H 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

* NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 



LIVE 



I R T H S 



127797 


2.5 


4.0 


62752 


49.1 


2.0 


65045 


50.9 


37.0 


707 


5.5 


20.0 



97996 2.4 3.0 

48444 49.4 2.0 

49552 50.6 37.0 

484 4.9 13.0 



29801 2.5 5.0 

14308 48.0 2.0 

15493 52.0 37.0 

223 7.5 29.0 



3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



1690 


13.2 


35.0 


1142 


11.7 


32.0 


548 


18.4 


33.0 


848 


6.6 


34.0 


575 


5.9 


33.0 


273 


9.2 


31.0 


842 


6.6 


32.0 


567 


5.8 


28.0 


275 


9.2 


32.0 


1690 


100.0 


6.5 


1142 


1C0.0 


12.0 


548 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


158 


9.3 


24.0 


75 


6.6 


27.0 


83 


15.1 


12.0 


213 


12.6 


32.0 


37 


3.2 


31.0 


176 


32.1 


32.0 


3624 


4.1 


3.0 


2612 


4.2 


3.0 


1012 


3.7 


6.0 


1599 


44.1 


11.0 


1064 


40.7 


7.0 


535 


52.9 


15.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 OAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-l YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



51 


29.8 


24.0 


24 


20.9 


27.0 


27 


48.0 


11.0 


23 


13.4 


23.0 


9 


7.8 


26.0 


14 


24.9 


10.0 


23 


100.0 


15.0 


9 


1C0.0 


17.5 


14 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


7 


30.4 


17.0 


1 


11.1 


9.0 


6 


42.9 


19.0 


28 


16.6 


16.0 


15 


13.1 


17.0 


13 


23.7 


14.0 


7 


4.2 


31.0 


5 


4.4 


14.0 


2 


3.7 


27.0 


35 


20.7 


22.0 


2C 


17.5 


18.0 


15 


27.4 


24.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


983 


7.7 


35.0 


658 


6.7 


35.0 


325 


10.9 


30.0 




MALES 


555 


8.8 


34.0 


364 


7.5 


35.0 


191 


13.3 


29.0 




FEMALES 


428 


6.6 


36.0 


294 


5.9 


34.0 


134 


8.6 


29.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


44 


4.8 


27.0 


24 


3.6 


24.0 


20 


8.1 


18.0 




5-14 


9 


0.4 


15.0 


7 


0.4 


17.0 


2 


0.3 


17.0 




15-24 


31 


1.0 


32.0 


19 


0.8 


29.0 


12 


1.6 


23.0 




25-34 


32 


1.8 


32.0 


14 


1.0 


30.0 


18 


4.9 


24.0 




35-44 


57 


4.1 


29.0 


33 


3.0 


22.0 


24 


8.1 


27.0 




45-54 


129 


9.5 


21.0 


76 


7.0 


26.0 


53 


19.3 


13.0 




55-64 


186 


19.2 


25.0 


121 


16.5 


26.0 


65 


27.5 


21.0 




65 + 


495 


51.9 


35.0 


364 


50.6 


34.0 


131 


55.9 


27.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


553 


56.3 


27.0 


383 


58.2 


23.0 


170 


52.3 


31.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


166 


16.9 


10.0 


116 


17.6 


12.0 


50 


15.4 


11.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


264 


26.9 


15.0 


159 


24.2 


17.0 


105 


32.3 


13.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1635 


3.5 


5.0 


1137 


3.3 


6.0 


498 


3.9 


4.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


820 


50.2 


12.0 


536 


47.1 


10.0 


284 


57.0 


18.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
REIDSVILLE 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TCTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



3496 


0.3 


34.0 


6210 


46.0 


31.0 


7286 


54.0 


8.0 


2 


0.1 


36.0 



8878 0.2 35. C 

4111 46.3 31.0 

4767 53.7 8.0 

11 1.2 33.0 



£ T A L S 

M R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNCONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
1?. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



4618 0.4 22.0 

2099 45.5 19.0 

2519 54.5 20.0 

-9 -1.9 38.0 



193 


14.3 


31.0 


123 


13.9 


18.0 


70 


15.2 


37.0 


106 


7.9 


25.0 


66 


7.4 


16. C 


40 


8.7 


36.0 


87 


6.4 


34.0 


57 


6.4 


21.0 


30 


6.5 


37.0 


192 


99.5 


26.0 


123 


1C0.0 


12.0 


69 


98.6 


32.0 


1 


0.5 


6.0 





0.0 


24.0 


1 


1.4 


2.0 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


23 


11.9 


6.0 


10 


8.1 


14.0 


13 


18.6 


2.0 


28 


14.5 


28.0 


3 


2.4 


36.0 


25 


35.7 


25.0 


604 


0.7 


33.0 


389 


0.6 


32.0 


215 


0.8 


25.0 


143 


23.7 


31.0 


83 


21.3 


27.0 


60 


27.9 


32.0 



6 


30.5 


22.0 


5 


39.4 


8.0 


1 


14.3 


35.0 


4 


20.3 


10.0 


4 


31.5 


3.0 





0.0 


35.5 


4 


100.0 


15.0 


4 


1C0.0 


17.5 












0.0 


22.5 


C 


CO 


20.0 












0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 









1 


25.0 


22.5 


1 


25.0 


4.0 









2 


10.4 


31.0 


1 


8.1 


26.5 


1 


14.3 


26.0 


1 


5.2 


22.0 





o.c 


31.0 


1 


14.5 


14.0 


3 


15.5 


32.0 


1 


8.1 


29.5 


2 


28.6 


23.0 



TOTAL 


191 


14.2 


3.0 


112 


12.6 


7.0 


79 


17.1 


1.0 


MALES 


120 


19.3 


1.0 


70 


17.0 


2.0 


50 


23.8 


2.0 


FEMALES 


71 


9.7 


14.0 


42 


8.8 


18.0 


29 


11.5 


11. 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


3 


3.2 


35.0 


1 


1.8 


33. 


2 


5.4 


30.0 


5-14 


2 


0.8 


8.0 


2 


1.4 


4.0 





0.0 


29.0 


15-24 


12 


5.4 


1.0 


6 


4.3 


2.0 


6 


7.1 


4.0 


25-34 


7 


5.3 


3.0 


2 


2.3 


14.0 


5 


11.4 


4.0 


35-44 


6 


4.1 


32.0 


4 


3.9 


13.5 


2 


4.4 


35.5 


45-54 


23 


12.8 


5.0 


9 


7.0 


27.0 


14 


27.2 


3.0 


55-64 


36 


21.0 


16.0 


23 


18.6 


18.0 


13 


27.0 


22.0 


65* 


102 


66.8 


4.0 


65 


61.3 


12.0 


37 


79.4 


7.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


134 


70.2 


6.0 


72 


64.3 


13.0 


62 


78.5 


3.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


13 


6.8 


38.0 


11 


9.8 


36.0 


2 


2.5 


37.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


44 


23.0 


26.0 


29 


25.9 


10.0 


15 


19.0 


28.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


377 


0.8 


22.5 


255 


0.7 


25.0 


122 


1.0 


19.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


152 


40.3 


20.0 


86 


33.7 


25.0 


66 


54.1 


20.0 



*SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ROANOKE RAPIDS 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 



TOTAL 

NUMBER RATE RANK 



13548 


0.3 


33.0 


6383 


47.1 


11.0 


7165 


52.9 


28.0 


58 


4.3 


25.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



12209 0.3 26.0 

5790 47.4 13.0 

6419 52.6 26.0 

35 2.9 23.0 



N N W H I T E 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



1339 0.1 37.0 

593 44.3 36.0 

746 55.7 3.0 

23 17.2 8.0 



MALES 
FEMALES 
ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



4. 



202 


14.9 


27.0 


101 


7.5 


3C.0 


101 


7.5 


23.0 


194 


96.0 


37.0 





0.0 


29.0 


8 


4.0 


2.0 


17 


8.4 


33.0 


18 


8.9 


36.0 


731 


0.8 


27.0 


178 


24.4 


29.0 



162 


13.3 


24.0 


80 


6.6 


27.0 


82 


6.7 


17.0 


161 


99.4 


35.0 





0.0 


24.0 


1 


0.6 


3.0 


13 


8.0 


15.0 


4 


2.5 


34.0 


322 


0.5 


33.0 


139 


43.2 


6.0 



F E 


T A L 

M R 


S 
T A 


I N 

L I 


F A 

T Y 


N 


T 


8. 
9. 


PERINATAL DEATHS 
FETAL DEATHS 







ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIOWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT OEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



40 


29.9 


8.0 


21 


15.7 


6.0 


19 


14.2 


10.0 


33 


82.5 


37.0 





0.0 


27.5 


7 


17.5 


2.0 


4 


10.0 


34.0 


14 


35.0 


28.0 


409 


1.5 


15.0 


39 


9.5 


38.0 



14 


67.0 


1.0 


13 


77.4 


1.0 


1 


24.4 


33.0 


7 


33.5 


1.0 


6 


35.7 


2.0 


1 


24.4 


11.0 


7 


100.0 


15.0 


6 


1C0.0 


17.5 


1 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


14.3 


27.5 


1 


16.7 


6.0 





0.0 


29.0 


7 


34.7 


1.0 


7 


43.2 


1.0 





0.0 


36.0 


2 


10.3 


8.0 


2 


12.9 


1.5 





0.0 


33.5 


9 


44.6 


1.0 


9 


55.6 


1.0 





0.0 


37.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


144 


10.6 


25.0 


127 


10.4 


22.0 


17 


12.7 


21.0 




MALES 


77 


12.1 


29.0 


67 


11.6 


24.0 


10 


16.9 


15.0 




FEMALES 


67 


9.4 


19.0 


60 


9.3 


14.0 


7 


9.4 


22.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


12.1 


1.0 


11 


14.4 


l.C 





0.0 


37.0 




5-14 


1 


0.4 


18.0 





0.0 


31.5 


1 


3.0 


2.0 




15-24 


2 


1.0 


30.0 


2 


1.1 


23.0 





0.0 


36.5 




25-34 


5 


3.3 


13.0 


3 


2.1 


16.0 


2 


19.4 


1.0 




35-44 


3 


1.8 


38.0 


2 


1.3 


35. C 


1 


6.0 


34.0 




45-54 


13 


7.0 


37.0 


13 


7.5 


22.0 





0.0 


38.0 




55-64 


32 


21.8 


12.0 


28 


20.4 


8.0 


4 


40.8 


5.0 




654- 


77 


56.1 


26.0 


68 


53.0 


29.0 


9 


98.9 


2.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


96 


66.7 


9.0 


85 


66.9 


9.0 


11 


64.7 


14.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


19 


13.2 


29.0 


17 


13.4 


28.0 


2 


11.8 


17.5 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


29 


20.1 


30.0 


25 


19.7 


28.0 


4 


23.5 


25.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


377 


0.8 


22.5 


241 


0.7 


27.0 


136 


1.1 


18.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


111 


29.4 


34.0 


100 


41.5 


16.0 


11 


8.1 


38.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



4- 29 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
ROCKY MOUNT 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENOANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL OEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65 + 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



RATE RANK 



34763 0.7 12.0 

16039 46.1 28.0 

18724 53.9 11.0 

128 3.7 29.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



23099 0.6 14.0 

10858 47.0 20.0 

12241 53.0 19.0 

55 2.4 27.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



11664 1.0 10.0 

5181 44.4 33.0 

6483 55.6 6.0 

73 6.3 30.0 



528 


15.2 


24.0 


286 


12.4 


27.0 


242 


20.7 


27.0 


288 


8.3 


20.0 


153 


6.6 


26.0 


135 


11.6 


21.0 


240 


6.9 


30.0 


133 


5.8 


29.0 


107 


9.2 


33.0 


525 


99.4 


29.0 


285 


99.7 


32.0 


240 


99.2 


26.0 


3 


0.6 


4.0 


1 


0.3 


4.0 


2 


0.8 


10.0 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


43 


8.1 


35.0 


12 


4.2 


37.0 


31 


12.8 


27.0 


94 


17.8 


20.0 


7 


2.4 


35.0 


87 


36.0 


24.0 


99 


0.1 


35.0 


97 


0.2 


35.0 


2 


0.0 


38.0 


50 


50.5 


7.0 


48 


49.5 


3.0 


2 


100.0 


2.0 



7 


31.7 


21.0 


5 


17.4 


30.0 


12 


48.4 


10.0 


R 


14.9 


19.0 


2 


6.9 


29.0 


6 


24.2 


12.0 


8 


100.0 


15.0 


2 


100.0 


17.5 


6 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 





0.0 


29.0 


5 


9.5 


35.0 


2 


7.0 


32.0 


3 


12.4 


30.0 


2 


3.8 


33.0 





0.0 


31.0 


2 


8.4 


23.0 


7 


13.3 


34.0 


2 


7.0 


33.0 


5 


20.7 


32.0 



400 


11.5 


17.0 


224 


14.0 


17.0 


176 


9.4 


18.0 


8 


3.1 


36.0 


2 


0.3 


28.0 


4 


0.7 


35.0 


12 


3.1 


15.0 


25 


6.3 


9.0 


55 


12.1 


8.0 


85 


23.3 


10.0 


209 


53.9 


31.0 


223 


55.7 


29.0 


63 


15.7 


15.0 


114 


28.5 


8.0 


185 


0.4 


36.0 


129 


69.7 


3.0 



231 


10.0 


26.0 


134 


12.3 


20.0 


97 


7.9 


28.0 


2 


1.3 


35.0 


1 


0.2 


22. C 


2 


0.6 


33.0 


6 


2.1 


17.0 


14 


4.9 


8.0 


28 


8.9 


13.0 


37 


15.2 


30.0 


141 


53.9 


27.0 


138 


59.7 


18.0 


43 


18.6 


8.0 


50 


21.6 


25.0 


114 


0.3 


35.0 


72 


63.2 


3.0 



169 


14.5 


11.0 


90 


17.4 


14.0 


79 


12.2 


10.0 


6 


6.1 


28.0 


1 


0.4 


16.0 


2 


1.1 


31.0 


6 


5.9 


19.0 


11 


9.6 


19.0 


27 


19.3 


12.0 


48 


39.8 


7.0 


68 


54.0 


30.0 


85 


50.3 


33.0 


20 


11.8 


16.0 


64 


37.9 


6.0 


71 


0.6 


27.0 


57 


80.3 


7.0 



•SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SALISBURY 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

» NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



FETAL £ 
M R T A 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS IUNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



22791 


0.4 


17.0 


10849 


47.6 


6.0 


11942 


52.4 


33.0 


-20 


-0.9 


37.0 



16044 0.4 17. C 

7674 47.8 7.0 

837C 52.2 32. C 

-37 -2.3 38.0 



6747 0.6 16.0 

3175 47.1 8.0 

3572 52.9 31.0 

17 2.5 36.0 



268 


11.8 


36.0 


146 


9.1 


36.0 


122 


18.1 


34.0 


151 


6.6 


35.0 


84 


5.2 


34. C 


67 


9.9 


27.0 


117 


5.1 


36.0 


62 


3.9 


37.0 


55 


8.2 


34.0 


267 


99.6 


22.0 


146 


ICO.O 


12.0 


121 


99.2 


25.0 


1 


0.4 


12.0 





0.0 


24. C 


1 


0.8 


11.0 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


22 


8.2 


34.0 


6 


4.1 


38.0 


16 


13.1 


22.0 


57 


21.3 


14.0 


9 


6.2 


9.0 


48 


39.3 


21.0 


142 


1.3 


19.0 


850 


1.4 


15. C 


292 


1.1 


19.0 


259 


22.7 


32.0 


139 


16.4 


32.0 


120 


41.1 


21.0 



2 


43.5 


7.0 


4 


26.7 


17. C 


8 


63.5 


4.0 


R 


29.0 


2.0 


4 


26.7 


4.C 


4 


31.7 


8.0 


a 


100.0 


15.0 


4 


ICO.O 


17.5 


4 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





C.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


12.5 


29.0 


C 


0.0 


24.5 


1 


25.0 


25.0 


4 


14.9 


22.0 





0.0 


37.0 


4 


32.8 


3.0 


3 


11.4 


6.0 





C.C 


31.0 


3 


25.4 


5.0 


7 


26.1 


15.0 





0.0 


37. C 


7 


57.4 


1.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


288 


12.6 


8.0 


183 


11.4 


11.0 


105 


15.6 


7.0 




MALES 


155 


14.3 


12.0 


98 


12.8 


17.0 


57 


18.0 


11.0 




FEMALES 


133 


11.1 


4.0 


85 


10.2 


8.0 


48 


13.4 


4.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


6.0 


21.0 





0.0 


37. C 


8 


14.5 


3.0 




5-14 


5 


1.5 


2.0 


3 


1.4 


3.0 


2 


1.6 


3.0 




15-24 


9 


1.9 


14.0 


7 


2.3 


8.0 


2 


1.1 


30.0 




25-34 


7 


3.4 


12.0 


2 


1.5 


24.0 


5 


7.3 


12.0 




35-44 


9 


4.1 


31.0 


5 


3. 1 


19.0 


4 


6.6 


32.0 




45-54 


38 


11.1 


15.0 


22 


8.2 


17.0 


16 


21.8 


8.0 




55-64 


51 


19.7 


21.0 


34 


16.7 


24.0 


17 


31.0 


19.0 




65+ 


161 


53.6 


33.0 


110 


46.3 


36.0 


51 


80.8 


6.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


172 


59.7 


19.0 


103 


56.3 


29.0 


69 


65.7 


12.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


41 


14.2 


22.0 


36 


19.7 


6.0 


5 


4.8 


36.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


75 


26.0 


16.0 


44 


24.0 


19.0 


31 


29.5 


15.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


763 


1.6 


9.0 


581 


1.7 


10.0 


182 


1.4 


12.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


233 


30.5 


32.0 


141 


24.3 


36.0 


92 


50.5 


22.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
S A N F R D 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL C INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER I YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



11596 0.2 35.0 

5478 47.2 8.0 

6118 52.8 31.0 

45 3.9 28.0 



WHITE 
* 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



9009 0.2 33.0 

4302 47.8 10.0 

4707 52.2 29.0 

12 1.3 31.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



2587 0.2 31.0 

1176 45.5 18.0 

1411 54.5 21.0 

33 12.8 17.0 



199 


17.2 


14.0 


130 


14.4 


13.0 


69 


26.7 


12.0 


103 


8.9 


14.0 


69 


7.7 


13.0 


34 


13.1 


12.0 


96 


8.3 


15.0 


61 


6.8 


16.0 


35 


13.5 


13.0 


199 


100.0 


6.5 


130 


1C0.0 


12.0 


69 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


20 


10.1 


16.0 


14 


10.8 


3.0 


6 


8.7 


36.0 


29 


14.6 


27.0 


7 


5.4 


13.0 


22 


31.9 


33.0 


752 


0.8 


26.0 


534 


0.9 


26.0 


218 


0.8 


24.0 


190 


25.3 


27.0 


123 


23.0 


25.0 


67 


30.7 


28.0 



7 


34.3 


15.0 


5 


37.0 


10.0 


2 


29.0 


29.0 


■5 


24.5 


5.0 


5 


37.0 


1.0 





0.0 


35.5 


5 


100.0 


15.0 


5 


100.0 


17.5 












0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 












0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 












0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 









2 


10.1 


32.0 





0.0 


37.0 


2 


29.0 


8.0 


1 


5.1 


23.0 





0.0 


31.0 


1 


14.9 


12.0 


3 


15.1 


33.0 





0.0 


37.0 


3 


43.5 


7.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


154 


13.3 


4.0 


118 


13.1 


4.0 


36 


13.9 


14.0 




MALES 


102 


18.6 


2.0 


79 


18.4 


1.0 


23 


19.6 


6.0 




FEMALES 


52 


8.5 


26.0 


39 


8.3 


25.0 


13 


9.2 


24.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


3 


3.8 


32.0 





0.0 


37.0 


3 


16.3 


2.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


5 


2.6 


10.0 


4 


2.7 


6.0 


1 


2.0 


20.0 




25-34 


9 


6.4 


1.0 


5 


4.5 


3.0 


4 


14.1 


2.0 




35-44 


7 


5.6 


14.0 


4 


3.9 


13.5 


3 


13.6 


10.0 




45-54 


22 


14.4 


2.0 


17 


13.9 


1.0 


5 


16.6 


24.0 




55-64 


27 


23.6 


8.0 


19 


20.7 


7.0 


8 


35.7 


13.5 




65 + 


81 


73.0 


2.0 


69 


74.9 


2.0 


12 


63.5 


17.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


94 


61.0 


17.0 


70 


59.3 


19.0 


?4 


66.7 


11.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


21 


13.6 


27.0 


18 


15.3 


23.0 


3 


8.3 


29.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


39 


25.3 


18.0 


30 


25.4 


12.0 


9 


25.0 


24.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


294 


0.6 


27.0 


217 


0.6 


29.5 


77 


0.6 


26.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


104 


35.4 


28.0 


80 


36.9 


20.0 


24 


31.2 


34.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



32 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
SHELBY 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIV'E BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



16020 0.3 26.0 

7387 46.1 29.0 

8633 53.9 10.0 

65 4.1 26.0 



11923 0.3 28.0 

5559 46.6 27.0 

6364 53.4 12.0 

12 1.0 34.0 



FETAL t 
M R T / 



INFANT 
L I T Y 



8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE ANO OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLCCK 

10. NEONATAL <UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL 128 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING PETALS) 



4097 0.3 25.0 

1828 44.6 30.0 

2269 55.4 9.0 

53 12.9 16.0 



245 


15.3 


22.0 


140 


11.7 


31.0 


105 


25.6 


14.0 


128 


8.0 


23.0 


76 


6.4 


29.0 


52 


12.7 


16.0 


117 


7.3 


25.0 


64 


5.4 


34.0 


53 


12.9 


15.0 


245 


100.0 


6.5 


140 


1C0.0 


12.0 


105 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


30 


12.2 


4.0 


11 


7.9 


16.0 


19 


18.1 


3.0 


61 


24.9 


6.0 


10 


7.1 


3.0 


51 


48.6 


7.0 


1278 


1.4 


14.0 


936 


1.5 


13.0 


342 


1.2 


18.0 


224 


17.5 


36.0 


122 


13.0 


35. C 


102 


29.8 


30.0 



9 


36.1 


14.0 


3 


21.1 


25.0 


6 


56.1 


6.0 


4 


16.1 


16.0 


2 


14.1 


11.0 


2 


18.7 


18.0 


4 


100.0 


15.0 


2 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


1 


25.0 


22.5 





0.0 


24.5 


1 


50.0 


14.0 


5 


20.4 


13.0 


1 


7.1 


31.0 


4 


38.1 


2.0 





0.0 


36.5 





0.0 


31.0 





0.0 


33.5 


5 


20.4 


23.0 


1 


7.1 


32.0 


4 


38.1 


12.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


180 


11.2 


21.0 


128 


10.7 


19.0 


52 


12.7 


22.0 




MALES 


91 


12.3 


26.0 


65 


11.7 


23.0 


26 


14.2 


28.0 




FEMALES 


89 


10.3 


11.0 


63 


9.9 


9.0 


26 


11.5 


12.0 


4. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


7 


5.3 


24.0 


3 


3.8 


23.0 


4 


7.6 


23.0 




5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


3 


1.1 


27.0 





0.0 


37.0 


3 


3.5 


10.0 




25-34 


6 


3.5 


10.0 


1 


0.8 


33.0 


5 


11.2 


5.0 




35-44 


14 


8.0 


3.0 


5 


3.5 


16.0 


9 


30.1 


1.0 




45-54 


17 


8.1 


34.0 


14 


8.1 


18.0 


3 


8.2 


36.0 




55-64 


34 


19.4 


23.0 


27 


18.9 


16.0 


7 


21.7 


30.0 




65+ 


99 


60.7 


18.0 


78 


58.1 


21.0 


21 


72.4 


10.0 


5. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


110 


61.1 


16.0 


73 


57.0 


27.0 


37 


71.2 


8.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


27 


15.0 


18.0 


21 


16.4 


19.0 


6 


11.5 


19.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


43 


23.9 


23.0 


34 


26.6 


9.0 


9 


17.3 


31.0 


6. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


477 


1.0 


18.0 


371 


1.1 


16.0 


106 


0.8 


22.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


153 


32.1 


31.0 


104 


28.0 


34.0 


49 


46.2 


28.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS ANO FORMULAS (SECTION VI1I». 



33 



SELECTEO VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
STATESVILLE 



TOTAL 



ITEM 
POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

HALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



NUMBER 



RATE RANK 



20031 0.4 20.0 

9381 46.8 19.0 

10650 53.2 20.0 

80 4.0 27.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



15162 0.4 18.0 

7117 46.9 22.0 

8045 53.1 17.0 

-9 -0.6 36.0 



N N M H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



4869 0.4 21.0 

2264 46.5 13.0 

2605 53.5 26.0 

89 18.3 6.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


328 


16.4 


18.0 


180 


11.9 


29.0 


148 


30.4 


7.0 




MALES 


172 


8.6 


16.0 


97 


6.4 


28.0 


75 


15.4 


7.0 




FEMALES 


156 


7.8 


18.0 


83 


5.5 


32.0 


73 


15.0 


7.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


328 


100.0 


6.5 


180 


100.0 


12.0 


148 


100.0 


10.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


28 


8.5 


30.0 


10 


5.6 


32.0 


18 


12.2 


29.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


79 


24.1 


8.0 


12 


6.7 


5.0 


67 


45.3 


11.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


1188 


1.3 


16.0 


906 


1.5 


14.0 


282 


1.0 


20.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


318 


26.8 


23.0 


171 


18.9 


30.0 


147 


52.1 


16.0 



FETAL 6 INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS! 

11. POSTNEQNATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



9 


27.1 


31.0 


4 


22.0 


23.0 


5 


33.3 


21.5 


4 


12.0 


27.0 


2 


11.0 


18.5 


2 


13.3 


26.0 


4 


100.0 


15.0 


2 


100.0 


17.5 


2 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


2 


50.0 


4.5 





0.0 


24.5 


2 


100.0 


3.5 


5 


15.2 


21.0 


2 


11.1 


21.0 


3 


20.3 


19.0 


4 


12.4 


3.0 





0.0 


31.0 


4 


27.6 


2.0 


9 


27.4 


12.0 


2 


11.1 


25.0 


7 


47.3 


5.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


248 


12.4 


10.0 


189 


12.5 


8.0 


59 


12.1 


26.0 




MALES 


135 


14.4 


11.0 


99 


13.9 


10.0 


36 


15.9 


20.0 




FEMALES 


113 


10.6 


7.0 


90 


11.2 


4.0 


23 


8.8 


26.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


11 


7.7 


10.0 


4 


4.3 


20. C 


7 


14.1 


4.0 




5-14 


1 


0.3 


29.0 


1 


0.4 


19.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 





0.0 


38.0 





0.0 


37.0 





0.0 


36.5 




25-34 


13 


6.3 


2.0 


7 


4.6 


2.0 


6 


11.1 


6.0 




35-44 


15 


6.8 


8.0 


5 


2.8 


25.0 


10 


23.4 


4.0 




45-54 


26 


9.7 


20.0 


20 


9.1 


10.0 


6 


12.4 


33.0 




55-64 


42 


20.0 


20.0 


33 


19.1 


13.0 


9 


24.0 


28.0 




65* 


140 


65.6 


6.0 


119 


68.6 


5.0 


21 


52.6 


34.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


152 


61.3 


15.0 


116 


61.4 


16.0 


36 


61.0 


17.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


38 


15.3 


17.0 


32 


16.9 


16.0 


6 


10.2 


23.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


58 


23.4 


24.0 


41 


21.7 


24.0 


17 


28.8 


18.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


452 


1.0 


19.0 


374 


1.1 


15.0 


78 


0.6 


25.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


182 


40.3 


21.0 


130 


34.8 


22.0 


52 


66.7 


14.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION Villi. 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
THOHASVILLE 



TOTAL 



NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIV'E BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL & INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 OAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT OEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALSJ 



15236 


0.3 


28.0 


7306 


48.0 


5.0 


7930 


52.0 


34.0 


93 


6.1 


14.0 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



11505 0.3 30.0 

5498 47.8 9.0 

6007 52.2 30.0 

37 3.2 21.0 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



3731 0.3 26.0 

1808 48.5 1.0 

1923 51.5 38.0 

56 15.0 11. 



248 


16.3 


19.0 


157 


13.6 


20.0 


91 


24.4 


15.0 


120 


7.9 


24.0 


79 


6.9 


25. C 


41 


11.0 


24.0 


128 


8.4 


14.0 


78 


6.6 


15.0 


50 


13.4 


14.0 


248 


100.0 


6.5 


157 


1C0.0 


12.0 


91 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


28 


11.3 


8.0 


15 


9.6 


8.0 


13 


14.3 


17.0 


38 


15.3 


24.0 


8 


5.1 


17. C 


30 


33.0 


31.0 


402 


0.5 


34.0 


311 


0.5 


34.0 


91 


0.3 


30.0 


184 


45.8 


9.0 


102 


32.8 


12.0 


82 


90.1 


4.0 



11 


43.1 


8.0 


4 


25.2 


20.0 


7 


72.9 


2.0 


7 


27.5 


4.0 


2 


12.6 


16.0 


5 


52.1 


2.0 


7 


100.0 


15.0 


2 


1C0.0 


17.5 


5 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





O.C 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


4 


57.1 


3.0 





0.0 


24.5 


4 


80.0 


7.0 


4 


16.1 


18.0 


2 


12.7 


18.0 


2 


22.0 


17.0 


3 


12.3 


4.0 


2 


12.9 


1.5 


1 


11.2 


18.0 


7 


28.2 


11.0 


4 


25.5 


13.0 


3 


33.0 


18.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


155 


10.2 


27.0 


120 


10.4 


21.0 


35 


9.4 


36.0 




MALES 


94 


12.9 


23.0 


71 


12.9 


16.0 


23 


12.7 


33.0 




FEMALES 


61 


7.7 


30.0 


49 


8.2 


27.0 


12 


6.2 


37.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


8 


6.7 


17.0 


4 


5.1 


18.0 


4 


9.6 


16.0 




5-14 


1 


0.3 


23.0 


1 


0.5 


16.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


3 


1.1 


28.0 





0.0 


37.0 


3 


4.4 


7.0 




25-34 


2 


1.2 


36.0 


1 


0.8 


32.0 


1 


2.0 


35.0 




35-44 


10 


6.2 


10.0 


7 


5.4 


6.0 


3 


9.6 


20.5 




45-54 


21 


11.3 


14.0 


18 


11.8 


4.0 


3 


8.8 


35.0 




55-64 


24 


14.9 


36.0 


18 


14.0 


33.0 


6 


18.2 


32.0 




65+ 


86 


61.2 


16.0 


71 


61.0 


13.0 


15 


62.0 


20.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


101 


65.2 


10.0 


85 


70.8 


6.0 


16 


45.7 


36.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


26 


16.8 


12.0 


22 


18.3 


10.0 


4 


11.4 


20.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


28 


18.1 


32.0 


13 


10.8 


37.0 


15 


42.9 


3.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


252 


0.5 


30.0 


217 


0.6 


29.5 


35 


0.3 


34.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


111 


44.0 


18.0 


86 


39.6 


17.0 


25 


71.4 


11.5 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 

WILMINGTON 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

ITEM NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOFAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



46653 


0.9 


10.0 


21416 


45.9 


33.0 


25237 


54.1 


6.0 


283 


6.1 


16.0 



30727 0.8 11.0 

14231 46.3 30.0 

16496 53.7 9.0 

159 5.2 12.0 



15926 1.3 7.0 

7185 45.1 25.0 

8741 54.9 14.0 

124 7.8 28.0 



855 


18.3 


10.0 


497 


16.2 


9.0 


358 


22.5 


22.0 


430 


9.2 


11.0 


248 


8.1 


9.0 


182 


11.4 


23.0 


425 


9.1 


9.0 


249 


8.1 


7.0 


176 


11.1 


21.0 


854 


99.9 


14.0 


496 


99.8 


30. C 


358 


100.0 


10.0 





0.0 


29.0 





0.0 


24.0 





0.0 


27.5 


1 


0.1 


9.0 


1 


0.2 


4.0 





0.0 


23.5 


88 


10.3 


13.0 


39 


7.8 


17.0 


49 


13.7 


21.0 


194 


22.7 


11.0 


26 


5.2 


15.0 


168 


46.9 


9.0 


1910 


2.1 


10.0 


1384 


2.2 


9.0 


526 


1.9 


9.0 


743 


38.9 


13.0 


411 


29.7 


16.0 


332 


63.1 


13.0 



16 


18.6 


36.0 


7 


14.1 


33.0 


9 


24.9 


32.0 


5 


5.8 


36.0 


1 


2.0 


37.0 


4 


11.0 


28.0 


5 


100.0 


15.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 


4 


100.0 


13.5 





0.0 


22.5 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19. 5 





0.0 


17.0 





0.0 


34.0 





0.0 


24.5 





0.0 


29.0 


11 


12.9 


26.0 


6 


12.1 


19.0 


5 


14.0 


27.0 


10 


11.8 


5.0 


2 


4.1 


16.0 


8 


22.7 


7.0 


21 


24.6 


17.0 


8 


16.1 


19.0 


13 


36.3 


14.0 



13. 


TOTAL 


572 


12.3 


11.0 


338 


11.0 


14.0 


234 


14.7 


10.0 




MALES 


304 


14.2 


14.0 


178 


12.5 


19.0 


126 


17.5 


12.0 




FEMALES 


268 


10.6 


6.0 


160 


9.7 


10.0 


108 


12.4 


8.0 


14. 


AGE 






















0-4 YEARS 


28 


7.4 


14.0 


10 


4.4 


19.0 


18 


12.0 


6.0 




5-14 


3 


0.3 


22.0 


3 


0.6 


13.0 





0.0 


29.0 




15-24 


12 


1.4 


20.0 


4 


0.7 


31.0 


8 


2.6 


16.0 




25-34 


16 


3.1 


16.0 


8 


2.1 


18.0 


8 


5.9 


18.0 




35-44 


30 


7.0 


6.0 


10 


3.3 


18.0 


20 


15.4 


7.0 




45-54 


69 


11.5 


13.0 


35 


8.9 


12.0 


34 


16.4 


25.0 




55-64 


123 


23.8 


6.0 


60 


17.1 


22.0 


63 


38.2 


10.0 




65 + 


291 


59.5 


21.0 


208 


59.1 


19.0 


83 


60.4 


21.0 


15. 


PLACE OF DEATH 






















HOSPITAL 


309 


54.0 


32.0 


198 


58.6 


22.0 


111 


47.4 


35.0 




OTHER INSTITUTION 


107 


18.7 


7.0 


62 


18.3 


9.0 


45 


19.2 


4.0 




HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


156 


27.3 


13.0 


78 


23.1 


20.0 


78 


33.3 


11.0 


16. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


784 


1.7 


8.0 


504 


1.5 


11.0 


280 


2.2 


7.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


424 


54.1 


9.0 


231 


45.8 


11.0 


193 


68.9 


13.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII), 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WILSON 

TOTAL WHITE NONWHITE 

* * * 

* NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 

3. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

4. ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NCT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND CTHER 

5. PREMATURE BIRTHS 

6. OUT OF WEDLOCK 

7. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 

FETAL S INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL DEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 
OUT OF WEDLCCK 
10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 
11- POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 
12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 



29482 0.6 

13882 47.1 

15600 52.9 

173 5.9 



14.0 19574 0.5 15.0 

12.0 9424 48.1 6.C 

27.0 10150 51.9 33.0 

17.0 92 4.7 14.0 



9908 0.8 12.0 

4458 45.0 26.0 

5450 55.0 13.0 

81 8.2 26.0 



512 


17.4 


13.0 


274 


14.0 


17.0 


238 


24.0 


19.0 


251 


8.5 


18.0 


135 


6.9 


24. C 


116 


11.7 


20.0 


261 


8.9 


11.0 


139 


7.1 


12.0 


122 


12.3 


17.0 


506 


98.8 


33.0 


273 


99.6 


33.0 


233 


97.9 


33.0 


4 


0.8 


1.0 


1 


0.4 


3.0 


3 


1.3 


4.0 


2 


0.4 


7.0 





0.0 


23.0 


2 


0.8 


5.0 


50 


9.8 


2C.0 


15 


5.5 


33.0 


35 


14.7 


14.5 


147 


28.7 


2.0 


9 


3. 3 


30. C 


138 


58.0 


1.0 


4 


0.0 


38.0 


1 


C.C 


36.0 


3 


0.0 


37.0 


4 


100.0 


1.5 


1 


1CC.C 


1.0 


3 


100.0 


2.0 



11 


21.2 


34.0 


3 


10.9 


35. C 


8 


32.9 


24.0 


6 


11.6 


29.0 


1 


3.6 


36.0 


5 


20.6 


15.0 


5 


83.3 


36.0 


1 


1C0.0 


17.5 


4 


80.0 


31.0 


1 


16.7 


2.0 





0.0 


20.0 


1 


20.0 


2.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


3 


50.0 


4.5 





0.0 


24.5 


3 


60.0 


9.0 


5 


9.8 


33.0 


2 


7.3 


30.0 


3 


12.6 


29.0 


7 


13.8 


2.0 


2 


7.4 


7.0 


5 


21.3 


8.0 


12 


23.4 


19.0 


4 


14.6 


21. C 


8 


33.6 


17.0 



TOTAL 


339 


11.5 


18.0 


182 


9.3 


29.0 


157 


15.8 


6.0 


MALES 


185 


13.3 


20.0 


99 


10.5 


29.0 


86 


19.3 


7.0 


FEMALES 


154 


9.9 


13.0 


83 


8.2 


26.0 


71 


13.0 


7.0 


AGE 




















0-4 YEARS 


15 


6.6 


18.0 


7 


5.5 


17. C 


8 


8.0 


21.0 


5-14 





0.0 


34.0 





O.C 


31.5 





0.0 


29.0 


15-24 


7 


1.2 


25.0 


5 


1.3 


21. C 


2 


1.1 


32.0 


25-34 


5 


1.6 


33.0 





0.0 


37.5 


5 


6.3 


16.0 


35-44 


28 


7.9 


4.0 


12 


4.7 


9.C 


16 


16.0 


6.0 


45-54 


52 


14.8 


1.0 


33 


13.4 


2.0 


19 


17.9 


18.0 


55-64 


51 


18.8 


27.0 


18 


10.2 


37.0 


33 


35.1 


16.0 


65* 


181 


64.2 


9.0 


107 


59.5 


17. C 


74 


72.5 


9.0 


PLACE OF DEATH 




















HOSPITAL 


208 


61.4 


14.0 


122 


67.0 


8.0 


86 


54.8 


25.0 


OTHER INSTITUTION 


57 


16.8 


11.0 


31 


17.0 


15.0 


26 


16.6 


8.0 


HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 


74 


21.8 


27.0 


29 


15.9 


34.0 


45 


28.7 


19.0 


OCCURRENCE 




















TOTAL 


212 


0.4 


34.0 


99 


0.3 


36.0 


113 


0.9 


20.0 


TO RESIDENTS 


82 


38.7 


23.0 


32 


32.3 


28.0 


50 


44.2 


31.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII). 



SELECTED VITAL STATISTICS FOR 1972 
WINSTON SALEM 



TOTAL 



RATE RANK 



WHITE 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



N N W H I T E 
NUMBER RATE RANK 



POPULATION 

1. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

2. NATURAL INCREASE 

LIVE BIRTHS 



137815 


2.7 


3.0 


63781 


46.3 


27.0 


74034 


53.7 


12.0 


734 


5.3 


21.0 



90916 2.3 4.0 

42584 46.6 24.0 

48332 53.2 15.0 

237 2.6 26.0 



46899 4.0 

21197 45.2 

25702 54.8 

497 10.6 



2.0 
24.0 
15.0 
20.0 



3. 


TOTAL 


2105 


15.3 


23.0 


1041 


11.5 


34.0 


1064 


22.7 


21.0 




MALES 


1103 


8.0 


22.0 


540 


5.9 


32.0 


563 


12.0 


19.0 




FEMALES 


1002 


7.3 


27.0 


501 


5.5 


31.0 


501 


10.7 


25.0 


4. 


ATTENDANT 






















PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 


2099 


99.7 


19.0 


1040 


99.9 


25.0 


1059 


99.5 


22.0 




PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 


6 


0.3 


15.0 


1 


0.1 


8.0 


5 


0.5 


14.0 




MIDWIFE AND OTHER 





0.0 


25.5 





0.0 


23.0 





0.0 


23.5 


5. 


PREMATURE BIRTHS 


213 


10.1 


14.0 


45 


4.3 


36.0 


168 


15.8 


8.0 


6. 


OUT OF WEDLOCK 


581 


27.6 


3.0 


59 


5.7 


11.0 


522 


49.1 


6.0 


7. 


OCCURRENCE 






















TOTAL 


4203 


4.7 


2.0 


3017 


4.9 


2.0 


1186 


4.3 


4.0 




TO RESIDENTS 


2057 


48.9 


8.0 


1003 


*3.2 


11.0 


1054 


88.9 


6.0 



FETAL £ INFANT 
MORTALITY 

8. PERINATAL OEATHS 

9. FETAL DEATHS 

ATTENDANT 

PHYSICIAN IN HOSPITAL 
PHYSICIAN NOT IN HOSPITAL 
MIDWIFE AND OTHER 

OUT OF WEDLOCK 

10. NEONATAL (UNDER 28 DAYS) 

11. POSTNEONATAL (28 DAYS-1 YR) 

12. INFANT DEATHS (UNDER 1 YEAR) 

DEATHS (EXCLUDING FETALS) 

13. TOTAL 

MALES 
FEMALES 

14. AGE 

0-4 YEARS 

5-14 

15-24 

25-34 

35-44 

45-54 

55-64 

65* 

15. PLACE OF DEATH 

HOSPITAL 

OTHER INSTITUTION 

HOME OR NON-INSTITUTION 

16. OCCURRENCE 

TOTAL 

TO RESIDENTS 



78 


36.4 


13.0 


23 


21. 8 


24.0 


55 


50.5 


9.0 


40 


18.6 


13.0 


14 


13.3 


13.0 


26 


23.9 


14.0 


38 


95.0 


32.0 


14 


100.0 


17.5 


24 


92.3 


29.0 


2 


5.0 


6.0 





0.0 


20.0 


2 


7.7 


4.0 





0.0 


20.0 





0.0 


19.5 





0.0 


17.0 


11 


27.5 


20.0 





0.0 


24.5 


11 


42.3 


20.0 


38 


18.1 


14.0 


9 


8.6 


25.0 


29 


27.3 


10.0 


9 


4.4 


30.0 


3 


2.9 


20.0 


6 


5.8 


24.0 


47 


22.3 


20.0 


12 


11.5 


24.0 


35 


32.9 


19.0 



1371 


9.9 


29.0 


755 


11.8 


30.0 


616 


8.3 


28.0 


59 


5.7 


22.0 


10 


0.4 


17.0 


33 


1.2 


26.0 


42 


2.5 


22.0 


71 


4.5 


23.0 


146 


9.3 


25.0 


258 


21.0 


17.0 


752 


58.8 


22.0 


882 


64.3 


11.0 


191 


13.9 


24.0 


298 


21.7 


28.0 


2445 


5.2 


2.0 


1249 


51.1 


10.0 



804 


8.8 


31.0 


435 


10.2 


30.0 


369 


7.6 


29.0 


15 


2.5 


29.0 


3 


0.2 


23.0 


18 


1.0 


24.0 


16 


1.4 


26.0 


28 


2.5 


29.0 


68 


5.9 


33.0 


137 


16.6 


25.0 


519 


59.3 


18.0 


518 


64.4 


11.0 


140 


17.4 


13.0 


146 


18.2 


30.0 


1841 


5.3 


2.0 


721 


39.2 


18.0 



567 


12.1 


27.0 


320 


15.1 


25.0 


247 


9.6 


21.0 


44 


10.2 


14.0 


7 


0.6 


12.0 


15 


1.6 


25.0 


26 


5.0 


23.0 


43 


9.1 


23.0 


78 


18.4 


17.0 


121 


29.8 


20.0 


233 


57.8 


22.0 


364 


64.2 


15.0 


51 


9.0 


27.0 


152 


26.8 


21.0 


604 


4.8 


3.0 


528 


87.4 


3.0 



♦SEE DEFINITIONS AND FORMULAS (SECTION VIII).